Drake has postponed the release of French Montana’s upcoming song out of respect for the victims of Astroworld. It has been confirmed by Variety that the track ‘Splash Brothers’ was set to be a part of the fourth studio album ‘They Got Amnesia’- supposed to release on the 19th of November. The song will probably feature on an upcoming deluxe edition of Amnesia. French Montana and the Canadian rapper have gone on to collaborate quite a few times over the last few years, including hits like Pop That, No Stylist, Stay Schemin’, and No Shopping.
Drake Involved In Astroworld Lawsuit
Drake was also a special guest at the end of the Astroworld set and has been a part of quite a few lawsuits that have come after the disaster. After a couple of days following the tragedy, the rapper took to social media and spoke about how he had been spending the last few days trying to wrap his head around the tragedy- his heart was broken for the friends and families of those who lost their lives, as well as those who were still suffering.
Travis Scott also responded in the wake of the disaster, where he took to Instagram and said that he was completely devastated by what took place the previous night. Also, he would pray for the families and every single person who was affected by the event. Houston D also had his total support as they kept looking into the loss of life. But, this wasn’t enough to prevent him from getting multiple lawsuits alleged against him- dragging Drake along with him.
French Montana’s upcoming album ‘They Got Amnesia’ includes a lot of features like Drake, John Legend, Kodak Black, Rick Ross, Pop Smoke, Fivio Foreign, Saweetie, Doja Cat, Coi Leray, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Tay.