French Montana Recreates Iconic Music Video Moments in Visual for “I Don’t Really Care”

French Montana will be releasing his fourth studio album next month. Out from Epic Records/Bad Boy Entertainment, They Got Amnesia is set to arrive on November 12.

Ahead of its release, Montana has given fans a preview of the upcoming album with the new song “I Don’t Really Care.” Featuring production from Boi-1da and Lil CC, the song hears the rapper drop bars about setting trends and stunting on his haters.

The single came paired with a high-production visual that recreates iconic moments from music and culture, co-directed by Montana and Edgar Esteves. Some of the scenes that he reenacts include Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” video and The Weeknd’s 2020 GRAMMYs acceptance speech, which he showed up to with a bruised face and bandaged nose. Amid riding around in a sports car with Diddy, Montana also drops references to Eminem and Cardi B.

They Got Amnesia follows 2019’s eponymous Montana. While the full tracklist has yet to be announced but the rapper shared that it will include the summer anthem “FWMGAB.”

They Got Amnesia is out on November 12.

In other music news, Megan Thee Stallion dropped the archival mixtape Something for Thee Hotties.
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