French Montana Debuts “Ain’t Worried About Nothin” (Remix) Featuring Diddy, Rick Ross & Snoop Dogg


French Montana has settled into a position in the urban music arena that puts him on the radar just enough to ensure anything he does becomes national news. He’s not the best in the game in any sense of the phrase, but he has an undeniably strong admiration for the powerful players of hip hop that he somehow allows him to stumble onto big tracks. Today’s post a little different because it’s French who pulled together the lineup, but make no mistake – the true star of the show is everyone except French Montana.

After a summer of teasing it’s eventual release, the official remix to French Montana’s album cut “Ain’t Worried About Nothing” has been released to fans worldwide. The track features appearances from Bad Boy CEO Diddy, Maybach Music Group mastermind Rick Ross, and the ever-iconic Snoop D-O-Double-G and can be stream in full at the end of this post.

So how does the latest remix from French Montana compare to his original works? In fitting fashion, the remix to “Ain’t Worried” erases essentially all memory the listener maintains of the initial track. Each guest emcee completely makes the track their own, but I feel a special mention should be given to Diddy. He’s taken a lot of flack over the last decade for focusing more on business than music, but on this remix he reminds the world that it was his ability to create art with words that originally propelled into the spotlight.

I am still not a fan of French Montana, but I love just about every aspect of this remix. As I mentioned above, he clearly loves hip hop enough to know the kind of collaborations people want, but outside of the ability to bring people together there is, in my opinion, very little that French contributes to the majority of tracks he appears on. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on this track.

James Shotwell

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