French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
Coke Boys rapper Chinx made it snow on Christmas day by delivering the Cocaine Riot 5 mixtape.
Lil Durk links up with his Coke Boy co-d French Montana and drops a cut called “I’m A Star.”
Following an arrest for gun possession, Chicago’s own Lil Durk candidly speaks about the situation on his new track “Big Ol’ Ni**a.”
French Montana chopped it up with the good folks at the Sway In the Morning show. The conversation ranged in topic, as the Coke Boys founder discussed his upcoming album, Mac & Cheese 4, as well as his well-publicized relationship with Khloe Kardashian.
Success and the money that comes with it can complicate things. Lil Durk rhymes from that space on his Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape track “Ain’t Did Sh*t,” which receives a visual treatment.
French Montana drops the video for “Don’t Panic,” off his forthcoming Mac & Cheese 4 album.
Rather than lament, Coke Boys French Montana, Chinx, and Lil Durk celebrate the death of Chicago OTF rapper Nunu in their video for “Money Bag” from Coke Boys 4.
If it’s one thing that French Montana does well, it’s flood the streets with new content. Yesterday, the Moroccan-born, Bronx-bred rapper delivered a visual for “Paranoid,” featuring Johnny May Cash, from his debut album, Excuse My French.
French Montana and his Coke Boys clique start the year off with a bang by releasing the highly anticipated Coke Boys 4 mixtape. The fourth installment of the popular series features the street and club records we’ve come to expect from the MMG/Bad Boy rapper.
A little birdie must have gotten in Chinx‘s ear, because he’s dropped the “Drugz” from his moniker. With that and a lot more marketability to boot, the New Yorker releases a new track called “Feelings,” featuring French Montana.
French Montana told us he had a lot more in store for 2013. That said, we receive a new verse from the Bad Boy rapper on a new track by the Coke Boys, titled “Closing Up Shop.”
Historically speaking, Trina releases music with, um, very clear intentions. That being said, we receive a new single from the curvy rapper called “Ass Fat,” featuring Meek Mill.
When faced with the question of how to top his “Pop That” cover art for his forthcoming “Freaks” single, French Montana rose to the occasion. Your favorite Moroccan C*ke Boy, released the image for the aforementioned single, featuring Nicki Minaj, on Twitter earlier today. As expected, butt cheeks take center stage.
Wale reps Washington D.C. and the rest of the DMV, but for his latest music video he chose New York City as the backdrop. The rapper headed uptown to Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood to shoot the visual for the Chinx Drugz-assisted “Let A N***a Know” off his Folarin mixtape.
A visibly hungover French Montana took a visit to Hot 97 on the Angie Martinez Show the day after her birthday party.
French Montana‘s high fashion sense has sometimes out shined some of his songs. From Givenchy to Gucci to Versace, no price tag is too high for the Bronx’ rising rapper and member of Bad Boy Records. In this video with Pitchfork TV, Frenchie opens up about his love of fashion and shares some of his favorite […]
French Montana has a lot more work to do. Even with a record deal, an anticipated debut, and co-signs from just about everybody in the game, Montana has no intentions of basking in the fruits of his labor—yet. The 28-year-old told Hip-Hop Wired that the hard work he’s put in long before he became popular […]
Again, French Montana is easily the most successful struggle rapper of all time. Hey, there’s room in Hip-Hop for all types of MC’s, right? The Bronx repping rapper was over in the UK and stopped by Tim Westwood’s radio show. Of course, a freestyle (that was clearly previously written—just saying) was performed with Chinx Drugs […]
Coke Boys’ capo and Queens’ own, Chinx Drugz drops off the lead single “I’m A Cokeboy” off of the forthcoming Evil Empire Cocaine Riot 2 mixtape. The record was produced by Harry Fraud. The track features French Montana, the drums utilized on “Shot Caller”, and an LL Cool J partially inspired chorus. Take a listen after the jump.