French Montana is in a contemplative mood on his latest track, "Suicide," which dropped on Tuesday (September 16).
"Sometimes I look at my son, then I picture my father/ When he looked at his son and understood his story," he raps to open the track, which has a somber tone throughout.
There are other moments that are a bit more classically Montana, with French delivering his seasoned street talk: "I'm talkin' 500 murders, about 100 I knew/ I'm talkin' 500 cases, 'bout 400 that blew."
It's not yet clear if this is off the rapper's upcoming sophomore album, Mac & Cheese 4, which is due in November. French told MTV News over the summer that he had already recorded five tracks with Kanye West for the project.
Plus, he's got Yeezy, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross on his next single, which we're guessing will be a little more upbeat than this.