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French Montana Admits That His Music Isn’t “Lyrical” [VIDEO]


French Montana has big expectations for himself but he also knows his limitations. Rather than reach too high, the rapper is sticking to what he’s best at. 

Having had no problem boasting about how great his Excuse My French debut will be, Montana went a step further in stating what we already know. “Obviously I don’t be trying to get lyrical,” he told “It’s not a secret.”

Since he’s not hung up on content, the Coke Boy’s hitmaking process is pretty simple. “I just make music out of love and feeling. I wake up feeling f—ed up, I make a f—ed up song.”

So far Montana’s method has been pretty successful. He’s jumped on numerous hit singles in the last year, and earned his own gold plaque for “Pop That.”

His highly anticipated debut is set to drop May 21 and will feature appearance from the likes of  Rick Ross, Diddy, Reakwon, Birdman, and Ace Hood.

Watch Montana’s entire interview below.

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  • KarmasABeyotch

    What is the freakin point of rappin then??? Nobody cares to hear about what kind of day your havin nuccuh. At least he admitted it. If non-lyrical rappers and non-singing singers would GTFO the game we would be straight! Stay on you Tube and the internet wit that mess…

  • aDayLateAndAdollarShort

    It speaks volumes about the state of rap when one can openly admit they have nothing to talk about.