French Montana & Belly Live Life Lavishly In New Video For "Jackson 5"

Frenchy and his homey from Toronto get real Wavy, baby. 

Coming off the release of his Max B-hosted mixtape Wave Gods, French Montana bounces back with the lavish visuals for "Jackson 5," featuring Belly.

In the Majik Films-directed clip, Frenchy and Belly live it up in a mansion sitting atop a desolate dessert. Inside the plush crib, half-clad models sit pretty in a pool flanked by a few bottles. Frenchy also makes sure to praise God for his many blessings.

Also be on the lookout for the Bronx rapper's upcoming Mac & Cheese: The Album, slated to drop soon.

Watch the video above.

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