French Montana and Kodak Black Ride Through Florida in “Lockjaw” Video
French Montana and Kodak Black take to the streets in their new video for "Lockjaw," a track set to appear on French's upcoming album, MC4. The SpiffTV-directed visual features the two artists riding fly whips through Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and Boward County, Florida.
During the nearly four-minute clip, French and Kodak deliver their back-and-forth verses while people show off ATV tricks and flash bands at the camera. The track was originally released on February 19 as track No. 10 on French's Wave Gods mixtape.
Kodak kicks off the second verse by spitting, "Slide in the cutlass and you know I paint it candy/Then I pulled up in a bucket but I used to want to a Hemi/And I'm pouring up the round then I'm sippin on Remy/I ain't fuckin with that white shit I'm throwed off Henny."
French Montana has been busy over the past few months. The Coke Boys rapper recently dropped the music video for "Figure it Out" featuring Kanye West and Nas, hit the studio with Drizzy Drake and signed a new deal with Epic Records. And, as aforementioned, French is gearing up for the release of his sophomore album.
Kodak Black has been hard at work in his own right. The young Florida emcee is prepping the release of his new mixtape, Lil B.I.G. Pac, set to drop on his birthday, June 11. Until then, you can check out Kodak's new music video for "Fed Up" or listen to his most recent record, "Jewels."
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