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French Montana’s New “They Got Amnesia” Album Tracklist Out Now

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French Montana published the tracklist for his new album, They Got Amnesia . The record has 20 songs and one bonus “FWMGAB” remix feature with Moneybagg Yo. Other features are “Splash Brothers” with Drake and “Panicking” with Fivio Foreign.

Pop Smoke and Lil Durk also visit “Stuck in the Jungle,” while the “Best Friend” couple of Saweetie and Doja Cat join Montana on “Handstand.”

“They Got Amnesia” Singles

So far, French Montana has released three singles from the upcoming “They Got Amnesia.”

“FMWGAB” original track came out in June with a music video. The clip takes place in New York City. It’s also mainly produced with a fish-eye lens. Although, there are also high-quality shots where French Montana sits on a golden chain, which links two buildings, or stays on the top of The Statue of Liberty.

 

“Panicking” feature with Fivio Foreign was released just a couple days ago. The track also got a clip, this time almost a short movie. French and Five rob a plane full of cash. They eventually jump out of it, supposedly planning to parachute. The plot eventually develops into a mixture of a Wes Andersen movie and Hip-Hop music video. The ending is unexpected yet expected. Watch below to find out more.

 

The “I Don’t Really Care” clip came out a week ago. The music video ranges between multiple locations and also mixes real with surreal. Montana appears on various dates in the same restaurant while also finding himself sniping from the top of a skyscraper. This adds to the camera creatively switching from location to location. The hot sauce is used artistically, and an overall cinematic atmosphere feels.

So far, parts of the album appear to range within a broad spectrum of styles, at least for the music videos. It’s exciting to see what eventually will come out of the works. The record is out this Friday.

Written by Nikita Serdiuk

My name is Nikita. I’m from Saint Petersburg, Russia and report on music industry and stuff.

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