And on Monday night, French Montana and Hannah Montana previewed their first collaboration: a remix of the Bad Boy rapper's hit single "Ain't Worried About Nothin."
In the video posted to Miley's Facebook page, the singer wears dark shades and a dark shiny jacket. Cyrus twirls her gum around her finger as she performs her verse to camera, with French right by her side. "You think I'm turnt up/ Wait until my album drops," she teases using a melodic rap cadence.
The "We Can't Stop" singer took her rap jones further, reworking the hook from Migos' "Versace" single into her verse before spitting: "In my all-white like French Montana/ Oh sh--, there goes Hannah Montana."
As the viral clip is about to end, French throws his arm around the pop star and together they sing the hook duet-style. Of course, Miley switches up her lyrics, not to drop the N-word. "Bitch, I ain't worried about nothin'," she chants before letting out a Montana-inspired "Haaaaaaaaaaan."
Shortly before dropping the FB tease, Cyrus took to Twitter to address criticisms she's been receiving over racial stereotypes. "I know what color my skin is. You can stop with the friendly reminders bitch," she wrote without directing her message at anyone specific.
i know what color my skin is. you can stop with the friendly reminders bitch.— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 13, 2013
The original "Ain't Worried" dropped back in April and appeared on Montana's debut album, Excuse My French, in May, but there's no word on when French will officially release the remix with Miley.