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French Montana Raps From a New York City Rooftop in New “Blue Chills” Visual

Ahead of the debut of their collaborative album Montega on June 24, French Montana and producer Harry Fraud on Friday dropped off a new single, "Blue Chills," with an accompanying music video.

"Wave boys back at it, gotta flood the streets / Had to pass, Drake and Puff back after that little beef," Montana raps on the bouncy track. "Give a f*** about them diamond plaques / Yeah, the streets want you back."

The visual opens with an aerial view of the New York City skyline, before focusing on a rooftop where the chart-topper delivers his opening bars. From there, Montana raps from the back of a convertible, as the video transitions through a series of high-quality and VHS-style New York scenes.

"Blue Chills" is the second track to arrive off Montega, following Montana and Fraud's "Drive By," featuring Babyface Ray, which was released last week.

Fraud, who has previously produced hits for artists including Pusha T, Playboi Carti and Rick Ross, is exclusively producing Montana's forthcoming record. Montega will follow the rapper's last album, They Got Amnesia, which was released in November of last year and includes features from the likes of DrakeTy Dolla $ignLil DurkCoi Leray, the late Pop Smoke and more.

Watch French Montana's "Blue Chills" video above.

Elsewhere in music, Drake has shared a wedding-theme music video for "Falling Back."

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