Those of you who have been waiting patiently for French Montana’s debut album, Excuse My French, you’ll have to keep waiting.
The album which the Moroccan MC calls “the album of the decade,” was originally scheduled for a December release date since his summer hit single “Pop That,” the record was pushed back to a March 12th release date.
Now that date has reportedly been shoved back to an early summer release of May 21st. The anticipation for Montana’s debut under Interscope Records in conjunction with Bad Boy and Maybach Music Group has been palpable due to singles like “Pop That,” “Marble Floors,” “Ocho Cinco,” and the upcoming “Freaks” featuring Nicki Minaj.
The Mac And Cheese 3 rapper was also scheduled to hit the road for the Excuse My French tour on February 26th in Washington DC and wrapping up on March 26th in West Hollywood, CA.
“This is my first official headline tour,” says French in a statement. “Everything has been leading up to this and the release of my album. I’m just excited to get on the road and see my fans, share my music and include them on this journey.”
With more than two months left in between the end of that tour and the album release, expect more dates to be added.
[Spotted at HHNM]