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While the track's title may suggest the rappers are telling listeners to put in motion the handy item that helps the elderly walk, French and Waka are really spitting bars about selling the illegal narcotic cocaine. During the video clip, a grandmother, accompanied by her teenage grandchildren, attempts to sing the lyrics to the song, but fails at the task.
Decked out in sunglasses and a shower cap, she moves to the beat and tries to throw out a verse as the impromptu karaoke performance is taped.
"Move that cane," she says with a laugh, as her granddaughter provides her with the lyrics to the song.
'Move That Cane' debuted in summer 2011 and was set to appear on French Montana's 'Cocaine Mafia' mixtape, released last month. However, the song did not make the final tracklisting.
French Montana is currently working on his Bad Boy Records debut LP. He also recently filmed the visuals for Rick Ross' 'Rich Forever,' the title track of his forthcoming mixtape.
Watch a Grandma Attempt to Sing French Montana and Waka Flocka Flame's 'Move That Cane'
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