Bodega Bamz takes his Latin pride to another level and teams up with French Montana for the remix to his salsa-meets-trap-inspired hit, 'Don Francisco.'

On the track, the Tanboys and Coke Boys leaders connect to rep their boroughs -- Spanish Harlem and the Bronx, respectively -- to the fullest.

"I came on the scene with a razor in my mouth / Gave it to my mom to cut the bow on the house / Spanish Harlem, I’m your child," raps Bamz.

French then comes through with a quick verse about that white powder -- and no, he’s not talking about the recent snowstorm that hit the Northeast.

"I came up scraping that pot / Rise like a showroom look at that lot / Talking about bonjour n----, voilà / Ball like Carmelo, smoking on that la," he spits.

Bamz has been on a rap tear as of late. He can be heard on the all-star New York posse cut 'Banned From Radio' and most recently appeared in Peedi Crakk’s video for his nihilistic track 'Pull That Mac Out.'

Listen to Bodega Bamz's 'Don Francisco' Remix Feat. French Montana