Kanye West, Nas, and French Montana hang out in an airplane junkyard in the "Figure It Out" music video.
The trio filmed the visual at the Mojave Air & Space Port in California back in March with the help of director Eif Rivera. In the clip, the guys spit bars on top of a 747 while motocross bikes fly overhead.
The video release is a celebration of sorts. On Thursday (May 5), French announced he signed with Epic Records newest imprint label Bad Boy.
— French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) May 5, 2016
“French Montana is a proven hitmaker,” P. Diddy said in a statement. “When I first heard him, I knew he had that special Bad Boy sound and I believed in his potential. He was on the fast track then, and now, to see how far he’s come, he’s a major force in hip-hop and a key member of the Bad Boy family. Bad Boy is known for creating the biggest acts in hip-hop—and French is not only a part of our legacy but now also a part of our new chapter at Epic Records.”
Epic chairman LA Reid adds, “Anyone who has paid attention to the course of hip-hop over the past decade has found French Montana consistently at the eye of the storm,” said Reid. “He has funneled his North African roots and Bronx upbringing into a unique presence on hundreds of tracks by artists across the musical spectrum. French has now become one of hip-hop’s core artists himself, and I’m happy to welcome him to the Epic family.”