French Montana blessed partygoers at Tao Downtown in New York on Tuesday night (Aug. 21) when the "Unforgettable" rapper seized the speakers and previewed an unreleased song featuring Drake.

A clip of the moment, re-shared on Instagram by a Drake fan account, showcases a few of Drizzy's bars. French, who featured Aubrey on 2016's "No Shopping," appears to be dancing to the track in the footage.

"I got the game in a squeeze/Disagree, I wanna see one of y'all run up on me/Flew overseas, fly in a seven," Drake can be heard rapping.

The nightclub was feeling it, Page Six reports. "The place went nuts," one source said. Another source said Drake's feature was one of several unreleased tracks Montana previewed on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, French discussed his next album with Billboard, saying he plans to take his time on the project and wants "to make sure this one gets the respect it deserves." His last full-length, Jungle Rules, dropped in July 2017.

In the interview, Montana also shared thoughts on his relationship to rapping as he ages and expands beyond music. He said he's learning from Diddy.

“One thing I learned from him is that you don’t have to rap,” he said. "Puffy still raps. But when it becomes a business, that can take away from the love of music. Some people have to tour because they got bills. You got to become that person who can take five years off and come back because you love it.”

The new snippet is the first music we've heard from French since June's "New Thing," featuring Remy Ma from the Uncle Drew soundtrack. He also collaborated with Lil Pump and Diplo on "Welcome to the Party," a cut from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack, released in May.

Tao Downtown also hosted this week's Atlantic Records' MTV Video Music Awards afterparty, where Cardi B previewed new music of her own. Check out a clip of French Montana's unreleased track with Drake below.

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