Hate It Or Love It?!?! Montage Feat. YFN Lucci “What’s The Combo?” [Audio]

- By Bossip Staff

Montage What's The Combo photo courtesy Supreme Marketing

For Discussion: This Song Is Dedicated To Ethnically Blended Women

Y’all know we love introducing you to new talent, so when we heard this new YFN Lucci collaboration with Baltimore singer/songwriter Montage, we were eager to post it for your opinion. We won’t lie though, we already know the content will give you plenty to discuss because this new collab “What’s The Combo” is all about ladies who are mixed or of international heritage — which pretty much explains the title.

Check out the song below:

What do you think? Glad to hear the Ethiopian women get a shout out, otherwise… there might be problems!

Does it bother you when artists make this kind of racial references? Or is it just something to talk about?

Here’s more on Montage…

Representing Baltimore, Maryland, 20-year-old artist Montage is poised to make his name known across the country. Initially surfacing in 2015 with his debut mixtape Baltimore’s Very Own, the talented vocalist started to grab the attention of many with the project, which included his standout single “Slumber Party.” One of the people that took notice of Montage’s natural aptitude for creating music was Austin Music Group’s founder Tony Austin. The infallible work ethic of Montage has led to collaborations with the likes of AMG/300 Entertainment artist Lor X, Test (Freeband Gang), and rising Detroit artist Nick Lavelle.

Prepared to make 2017 his best year yet, Montage enlists the talents of Think It’s A Game artist and certified hitmaker YFN Lucci for his new single “What’s The Combo.” Catering to his female fanbase, “What’s The Combo” perfectly pairs Montage’s silky smooth vocals with YFN Lucci’s verse and signature ad-libs, showcasing the Baltimore artist’s ability to craft a sonically undeniable radio-ready single.

Follow Montage on Twitter @RealMontage_ and YFN Lucci @YFNLUCCI

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