In a straight out of left field collaboration, Nigerian crooner Ice Prince links up with MMG’s French Montana in this US-shot music video for “I Swear.” The track sees both MC’s namedropping and channeling some of their contemporaries — French Montana raps some classic Pusha T lines, while Ice Prince asks that we call him the next Drake — over the syncopated beat. The track also features additional vocals from Shaydee and production by Chopstix. Watch the warehouse video (featuring the necessities: girls and fire) below and revisit the time we found French Montana’s Moroccan roots.
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