Bad Boy Entertainment’s French Montana has provided some new insight on his “No Shopping” single and why Drake’s hard-hitting verse may have not been intended for his rap rival Joe Budden.
According to Montana, they did not go into “No Shopping” with an intent to spark a feud with Budden.
“I don’t think we did that record thinking about Joe Budden,” Montana explained. “I don’t think we was in there thinking about anybody. I don’t think we ever went in the studio with negative energy, talking about somebody. We just work and have fun.” (MTV)
After “No Shopping” premiered online last weekend, Joey sent audio fire with his six-minute “Afraid” song aimed at Drake.
“I just feel like you broke a promise to me,” Joe raps. “Only hurt ’cause I thought you were being honest with me/So I’m gonna try to do this honorably/Without the sponsoring fee/What’s most alarming to me/This is emotional for you, robust such as the calm in me/Easy to put off notes in thug harmonies – we can go and grab the Blackberry with the scroll” (“Afraid”)
Initially, Budden responded to Drake’s “No Shopping” lyrics on Twitter.
The new single premiered online hours prior to Joe’s comments.
“Pump, pump, pump it up,” Drake raps at the start of his verse. “She got a good head on her, but I pump it up/I’m not a one-hit wonder, they know all my stuff/Let me turn into the n*gga that you almost was … Your next move can’t erase your past moves/Took her out once she got attached to him/Ring, ring, click, I’ll get back to ’em/You don’t really want the Views … Last week, Budden run-in’ in the room/This week sold one point two/Yeah, it’s a boost around baby boy” (“No Shopping”)
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