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Watch French Montana’s ‘No Stylist’ Video Feat. Drake

French Montana hosts a fashion show in the video for his Drake-assisted single, “No Stylist.” The track, which was DJcity’s 17th most-downloaded song of September, peaked at No. 47 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

The gritty visual features cameos from stylish rappers like Slick Rick, Cam’ron, A$AP Rocky, and Young Thug.

Co-produced by London On Da Track, “No Stylist” appears on Montana’s three-song EP of the same name.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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GASHI Enlists French Montana and DJ Snake for New Single, ‘Creep on Me’

Left to right: French Montana, GASHI, DJ Snake (Source: Instagram)

Rising rapper-singer GASHI has enlisted French Montana and DJ Snake for a vibey, new single titled “Creep on Me.” The track, which combines elements of hip-hop, R&B, and Afropop, was produced by seasoned hitmaker Cirkut.

Born in Libya to Albanian parents, GASHI eventually moved to Brooklyn where he currently resides. His breakout came in 2017 when he released his single “Disrespectful,” which has received over 40 million streams on Spotify alone.

Stream “Creep on Me” below and download it on DJcity.

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Harry Fraud

Watch Harry Fraud Explain How He Produced French Montana and Remy Ma’s ‘New Thang’

Hip-hop producer Harry Fraud recently broke down how he made French Montana and Remy Ma‘s “New Thang” on Genius’ Deconstructed series. The track, which was included in the June edition of Trends, was that month’s 19th most-downloaded song on DJcity.

Fraud talks about his inspiration for the song, then discusses his philosophy behind making beats as he breaks down the track in Pro Tools.

Best known for his sample-heavy East Coast sound, Fraud is one of French Montana’s most frequent collaborators. He produced French’s breakout single “Shot Caller” in 2009 as well as his 2017 single “A Lie” featuring The Weeknd and Max B. Fraud has also worked with artists like A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, and Wiz Khalifa.

“New Thang” is featured on the Uncle Drew movie soundtrack. The song is French and Remy’s first collab since they appeared on Fat Joe‘s 2016 anthem, “All the Way Up.”

Watch Deconstructed above.

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Watch Diplo, French Montana, and Lil Pump’s ‘Welcome to the Party’ Video Feat. Zhavia Ward

Just a week after releasing “Welcome To The Party,” Diplo has returned with a video for his collab with French Montana, Lil Pump, and Zhavia Ward. The song, which appears on the Deadpool 2 soundtrack, is currently No. 1 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

The visual includes scenes from the top-earning film and features the four artists partying it up at an underground venue.

Watch above and download “Welcome To The Party” on DJcity.

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Watch Tinashe’s ‘Me So Bad’ Video Feat. Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana

Tinashe hits the tennis court in the video for her newly released single “Me So Bad” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana. The dancehall-influenced track is the third single off her upcoming album JOYRIDE, which drops April 13.

“Me So Bad” follows the Future-assisted “Faded Love,” and the first single off the project, “No Drama” featuring Offset. The song was co-produced by Grammy-winner Dre Moon and Chicago-based rapper/producer Hitmaka.

Watch the video above and download “Me So Bad” on DJcity.

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Anthem Kingz

Anthem Kingz Join DJcity Team, Drop 4 Remixes

Anthem Kingz

Renowned Canadian DJ/producer duo Anthem Kingz have joined DJcity’s worldwide team under an exclusive deal. From now on, the duo’s remixes, edits, and originals will be available only on DJcity.

The group, which is comprised of Toronto natives DJ Bosa and Alex K, have made a name for themselves over the years with their club remixes and edits. Alex K is also a member of the duo Delirious & Alex K, whose tracks are also exclusive to DJcity.

To kick off the partnership, Anthem Kingz have dropped four new edits. Stream and download them below.

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Watch G-Eazy’s ‘No Limit Remix’ Video Feat. A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, French Montana, Juicy J, and Belly

Last week, G-Eazy dropped the remix for his hit single “No Limit” featuring A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, French Montana, Juicy J, and Belly. Today, the Bay Area rapper has returned with a video for it. The visual shows the star-studded crew flexing with stacks of cash in an abandoned warehouse.

The original version of “No Limit,” which is currently No. 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was DJcity’s 23rd most-downloaded track of 2017. It was also the second most-downloaded song of September.

Watch the video above and download “No Limit Remix” on DJcity.

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Jason Derulo

Watch Jason Derulo’s ‘Tip Toe’ Video Feat. French Montana

Following the release of his creative lyric video last month, Jason Derulo has shared the official music video for his French Montana-assisted single, “Tip Toe.” The dancehall-influenced track was DJcity’s 4th most-downloaded song of November.

The choreography-filled visual shows Derulo and a troupe of dancers getting down in a rainforest and a snowy geisha house. Meanwhile, French Montana raps his verse in a gold-plated room filled with women covered in gold body paint.

“Tip Toe” is set to appear on Derulo’s forthcoming fifth studio album, 777. The track was also included in November’s edition of Trends.

Watch the video above and download “Tip Toe” on DJcity.

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Watch A-Trak Flip Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s ‘All the Way Up’

A number of turntablists have flipped Fat Joe and Remy Ma‘s “All the Way Up” since it dropped in 2016, and now A-Trak has joined in the fun. He might be late to the party, but the Fool’s Gold chief’s version is one of the most creative we’ve seen yet.

Watch above and grab “All the Way Up” on DJcity.

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