“Did You See” was released initially as a solo single from J Hus. However, these label mates recently appeared on the hit record together.

The remix of “Did You See” featuring French Montana was published yesterday, July 6th. As we shared here, Montana also made some important announcements yesterday. He revealed the track list, and release date, for his upcoming album, Jungle Rules.

J Hus, though, was born in the U.K. His music is a blend of Afrobeat, Reggae, and Hip Hop. Additionally, Hus made his official debut in 2015. Then, he signed to Epic Records in 2016.

Furthermore, French Montana also signed to Epic last year. According to Bill Board, the announcement was made following a partnership between Epic Records and P Diddy’s Bad Boy Records.

Since the initial release of “Did You See”, on June 3rd, it has broken the Top 10 on Bill Board’s Official U.K. Singles Chart. So the Dancehall style track certainly has been doing well standing on its own, but this remix is screaming even more of a serious summer feel as a collaboration.

 

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“Did you see what I done/Came in the black Benz/Left in a white one…

And you should see when I come/Come in the left lane/Leave wit’ the right one”

Experience the “Did You See [Remix]” now:

"Did You See"

Also, Hip Hop N More reminds us that French Montana has jumped on other successful U.K. releases in the past.

This track is oozing that dance vibe many of us love and calling for your best “dutty wine”.

That is, if you’re into that sort of thing.