French Montana Drops Rump-Shaking Music Video For Coi Leray & 42 Dugg-Assisted ‘Push Start’


French Montana continues to roll out content from his fourth studio album, They Got Amnesia, with a brand new music video. Last Friday (April 1), The Bronx rap superstar unleashed the official visuals to his Coi Leray and 42 Dugg-assisted collab, “Push Start.”

In the Rook-directed video, French Montana gets his rhymes off while riding a vintage, graffiti-covered MTA train with a group of booty-shaking dancers. Coi Leray joins him in a separate scene where she raps her part in front of a bullet hole-riddled backdrop.


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When it comes time for 42 Dugg to make his appearance, viewers are taken to an empty alley where a pair of luxury cars and a group of dancers provide the scenery for the Detroit rapper to flex his rhymes.

The “Push Start” video comes after French Montana already released seven other visuals for tracks off his album, including “FWMGAB,” “Panicking” featuring Fivio Foreign, “Fraud” and “Handstand” featuring Doja Cat and Saweetie.

While he’s releasing music videos, French Montana is keeping busy putting in work on his new sneaker brand. Last month, the Coke Boys boss took to his Instagram with a post revealing a new pair of sneakers he intends to drop very soon. The pair of sneakers look almost identical to the popular Air Jordan 3 model and come in a beige colorway with the MLB’s New York Yankees logo stitched on the side.

“NY’s ONE TIME FOR THE CITY COOMIN SHOON ….,” French Montana wrote in his caption.