Puff Daddy released MMM, the precursor to his "final album", in November and today, he shares a visual for the final track on the tape, a remix to "Blow A Check," which features Zoey Dollaz and French Montana.
The clip features the three rappers having unique cash-based fantasies. After being chased through an alleyway by a bunch of women, Puff sits on a throne while a huge pile of cash goes up in flames behind him. What's a Puff video without some flames? French gets the Jordan Belfort treatment and is thrust into Wall Street life for his dream sequence.
In an email to The FADER, French explained that the song's message is about taking control of your own future. “Don’t wait on nobody," he said. "Don’t put your plans and dreams in someone’s hands. Sometimes you might get depressed, waiting on the person who you think supposed to help you, when the person you’ve been waiting on to help you your whole life is you.”
Watch the video above and check out the behind the scenes footage from the shoot here.