French Montana Keeps Chinx’s Legacy Alive in ‘Coke Boy Money’ Video
Despite passing away last month, Chinx's legacy is living on stronger than ever. French Montana's single "Off the Rip" featuring Chinx and N.O.R.E has been getting regional play and now the Bronx, N.Y. native continues to pay homage to his fallen brother in the new video for "Coke Boy Money," which features Chinx and Zack.
"Coke Boy Money," off the "Don't Panic" rapper's Casino Life 2 mixtape, is the first video featuring Chinx since his untimely demise. The video is directed by Spilff TV and features French, Chinx and Zack delivering that signature Coke Boys sound. The visual finds Chinx donning all-black attire with a fitted cap and iced-out chains inside of an abandoned apartment building. Over the grimy instrumental, he raps, "'Fore I step out the crib put the 40 on me / When you greet a n----, do it how would an OG."
It's definitely refreshing to see the late rapper in pure form flexing some hard-hitting bars. French definitely contributes to the Coke Boy onslaught, rapping, "They tried to finish me, came up in this industry / Catch me in that drop head, shawty getting dentistry."
Hopefully, French has more videos in the vault and will put them out in memory of Chinx. Earlier this month, the late rhymer's first single "On Your Body" was released from his posthumous album, Welcome to JFK. The LP will be released through eOne Music on Aug. 14.
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