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Drake and French Montana's Latino Alter Egos in the 'No Shopping' Music Video Are Everything!

by Desiree Murphy 10:29 AM PDT, July 30, 2016
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French Montana and Drake are reporting to you live from Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic -- or, their alter egos are, at least!

The rappers recently teamed up for "No Shopping," a catchy new track off Montana's upcoming MC4 LP. The song's music video, directed by Spiff TV, officially dropped on Friday, and showed fans a whole new side to the hilarious duo.

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Meet El Draké and French Montaña, hosts of the El Coke Boys Clasico golf tournament. Clad in dapper suits and faux mustaches, the twosome pull out all the stops while trying to keep their cool in front of the cameras.

😂😂 #noshopping #outnow #classic #mc4 https://t.co/jxvURglRcI?ssr=true

A video posted by French Montana (@frenchmontana) on

The majority of the video features a slew of bikini-clad women, flaunting their assets at a fancy mansion party. We also see glimpses of Drake riding around in a golf cart as Montana hangs by the pool, sipping on cocktails and smoking cigars.

🔥🔥🔥🔥📽 Http://smarturl.it/MC4 #noshopping #mc4

A video posted by French Montana (@frenchmontana) on

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Watch the full video below.

This marks Montana's second collaboration with Drake, following their 2012 hit, "Pop That."

As for why the two decided to create Latino alter egos this time around, Dominican/Puerto Rican video director Spiff TV tells Billboard, "We wanted to do something different."

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"With me, French and Drake, there's a lot of association with the Latin world," Spiff TV (real name: Carlos Suarez) adds. "For some reason, everybody thinks Drake's Dominican and that French Montana is Puerto Rican. We wanted to give that vibe and show the world that Dominican Casa de Campo energy."

"The video's like an Easter egg," he continues. "If you watch it all the way through, you'll see French talking in Spanish a little bit. French's Spanish is on point 'cause he's from the Bronx and hangs out with Puerto Ricans. Drake can talk [Spanish] too. They both know the basics like 'Hola' and 'Cómo estás?'"

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