In a new Apple Music’s Beats 1 interview with Zane Lowe, Montana explained just how much of a tight-knit bond he shares with Drizzy and revealed the 6 God’s reaction to first hearing the song.
“I actually came to Miami when he [Drake] was working on his album. I just played him my music from my album, and he heard “No Stylist” and fell in love with it and he was like ‘this is the one you and me should come out with’. I remember I came to Miami, it was me, him and Bad Bunny. We was at my boy Dave’s place, a bunch of ladies, a bunch of you know Miami vibes. You know Miami vice vibes. … I be trying to catch him, he on the road I be on the road but every time we get tougher we gotta make sure we do at least one that’s gonna be classic you know for the youth out there. Show that bond cause I knew my brother since I started, he was on my first single “Pop That” and before that he was on “Stay Schemin’” with me and [Rick] Ross so it’s like when we make music it’s more of a brothership. I mean with people like us at this level of our career like we don’t do stuff for money anymore.” (Beats 1)
Montana also talked about putting together the must-see single’s video.
“See it’s this thing with me being from the Bronx, where hip-hop started the mecca of hip-hop, I always felt like it got overlooked when it came to fashion. And I feel like people that changed fashion was the icons that we looked up to like Slick Rick when he came out with 40 chains on all the vintage looks and even brings it up to date. When Cam’ron came out with the pink Mink and everybody you know it’s just people that changed culture because everybody thinks if you go to Fashion Week you know how to dress. That’s not, there’s ninety nine point nine people out there that don’t go to Fashion Week they could dress better than anybody on that runway. We want to give that dope boy on the corner.” (Beats 1)
This week, French promised to drop his new single on Thursday following mounted anticipation.
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Earlier this month, Montana shared on-set pics from the single’s video shoot.