Oven God Cooks and French Montana interface with ponder the highs and lows of the game on “Dope.”
Oven God Cooks has gotten back with “Dope,” another coordinated effort with the Coke Boy himself, French Montana. Taking to a melodic instrumental filled by an unpredictably fingerpicked guitar, Stove God sets it off with a reflection on the high-hazard high-reward climate of the medication game. “Plastic on the kilo pill, I begin getting chills,” he starts. “At the point when you assembled your poo from nothing, that is an alternate vibe/when they sentence you in months kid that is an alternate arrangement/I’m checking down my n***a sentence on a Richard Mille.”
Montana holds it down with the subsequent section, holding consistent with his foundations with a welcome re-visitation of his initial profession topic. “Dope got me to the boat,” he spits. “Ballin’ like Steve Francis, truck impenetrable like Francis the Pope/dope cash lost a ton of dawgs in the field/pouring alcohol for my home slices gon’ need an alcohol bargain.”
Look at “Dope” presently, and watch out for all the more new music from Stove God Cooks and French Montana.