When Drake, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and French Montana throw a pool party for a music video, two things are definitely going to be involved. There's bound to be a bevy of scantily clad women (the song is called "Pop That," after all) and more than enough product placement. Each of them has their products to push: Rozay rides hard for Ciroc, Lil Wayne drops a horribly unsubtle reference to his clothing line, TRUKFIT, and someone is seen smoking a hookah that's made from a bottle of Moet.
If you recognize the crass refrain of the song, it's because it's been used a number of times before. Luke (aka 2 Live Crew's Luther Campbell) released a song called "I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown)" in 1991 with the same line. The video for "Pop That" is actually a much tamer take on Luke's pool party. Lil Scrappy had a song by the name of "Don't Stop (Pop That P---y)," and French electro house legend Busy P sampled the Luke's vocals in "Chop Suey."
Reactions to the "Pop That" video have been interesting. At the time of this writing, the top voted comment on the video's YouTube page is "SMH [Shakin' my head], I hate my fcking Generation."
Anyways, watch the visuals for "Pop That," a single off French Montana's upcoming album, Excuse My French, and other Drake videos in the gallery below. There is no nudity, but viewer discretion is advised if you work at the type of place that doesn't take kindly to extremely full-figured ladies dancing around rappers, shooting each other with water guns and occasionally locking lips.