We are a week away from French Montana releasing his new project, Jungle Rules. On Thursday (July 6), the Bronx rapper dropped his new song “Bring Dem Things” featuring Pharrell.

Produced entirely by Harry Fraud, the song has a boom-bap feel to it and samples Organized Konfusion's classic track “Stress” (most notably, the shrieking horns from Charles Mingus’ “Mingus Fingus No. 2”). On the track, French reflects on his days as a hustler on the gritty New York streets.

"Here's a little story about a kid from Morocco / Had to show Carlito I was Benny Blanco," he raps, adding, "White villa from crack dealing / Vanilla, garage like a dealer / I kill 'em softly, Lauryn Hill 'em."

In addition to the song, Frenchy unveiled the track list to his new album. The 18-song collection features guest appearances from the late rapper Chinx, Travis Scott, Quavo, Future and Young Thug. One interesting track called "A Lie" features The Weekend and Max B.

French Montana' Jungle Rules will arrive on July 14. You can cop "Bring Dem Things" exclusively on Apple Music. Peep the track list below.

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