French Montana had the #1 video of the week when he decided to muster up the courage relive his 2003 death scare when he took a bullet in the dome.
French Montana isn’t quite done promoting his Excuse My French album. Today, he returns with a visual for “Once In A While,” featuring some heartfelt words from his incarcerated partner in rhyme Max B.
It’s only Wednesday, and we’ve already seen our fair share of French Montana this week. After releasing a Miley Cyrus-assisted “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Remix)” and making an onstage appearance at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards, he returns with a visual for “Gifted,” featuring The Weeknd.
It took long enough, but French Montana finally decided to liberate the remix to his unforgettable, carefree anthem “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’,” featuring Rick Ross, Diddy, and Snoop Dogg.
It’s always safe to assume that Nardwuar will deliver an entertaining interview. French Montana recently sat in the hot seat, while the Human Serviette inquired about his Bronx roots, upbringing in Morocco, his battle rapping days and more.
French Montana returns with a visual for “Trap House” from his debut album Excuse My French. But he isn’t alone; MMG affiliate Rick Ross and Cash Money founder Birdman aid the rapper’s efforts to flood the streets with audio dope.
Tiny Lister Jr. (b.k.a. Debo) has relocated to South Beach, but his block bullying ways remain in tact. At least that’s what this new visual for French Montana‘s “I Told ‘Em” infers.
Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories topped Billboard’s album charts selling 339,000 copies in its first week. The feat nets the group their highest chart placing, and the year’s second best first-week sales behind Justin Timberlakes’ The 20/20 Experience. French Montana’s long-awaited Excuse My French album landed at No. 4.
French Montana couldn’t be any happier about the release of his debut album, Excuse My French. He even claims not to be consumed by the uncertainty of his first week sales like most artist in his position should be. The Bronx MC is just happy the people get to hear his work, or so he’s said countless times […]
Just six days before his debut album hits stores, French Montana liberates another single from Excuse My French called “The Gifted.” With the assistances of The Weeknd, the Bronx rapper‘s details the ups and downs of life in the limelight.
With less than two weeks to go until French Montana releases his major label debut Excuse My French, fans receive a preview what to expect from the Bronx rapper through album snippets.
For a rapper, French Montana is a man of few words, at least during interviews. The Bad Boy artist did comment, sort of, on his buddy Rick Ross, one of the executive producers of his new album, losing his Reebok deal and on talk of him being the King of New York.
French Montana, a man of many posse cuts, returns with another offering from Excuse My French called “F**k What Happens Tonight.” This track features a few frequent collaborators in DJ Khaled, Mavado, and Ace Hood, as well as Hip-Hop legends Snoop Dogg and Scarface.
With the impending arrival of his long delayed debut album, expect plenty of video from French Montana. The latest is for the Bronx by way of Morocco rapper’s new single, “Ain’t Worried About Nothin.”
As the release date for Excuse My French draws near, French Montana continues to churn out product with visuals for “Trouble.” The turn around time for the treatment is phenomenal, considering that the song just dropped yesterday.
With only days to go before his Bad Boy debut officially releases May 21, French Montana whets appetites by transforming his reggae inspired jam “Freaks” into a full fledged posse cut on a star studded remix.
After months of delays, French Montana finally gives a concrete release date for his major label debut Excuse My French. HipHop-N-More reports that the Bad Boy/Maybach Music Group/Interscope Records artist’s album will release May 21.
French Montana’s expects first week sales of his Excuse My French debut to do good numbers. With record sales dropping to a 12-year low in 2012, the Coke Boy said that he hopes to push 200,ooo copies of his debut in seven days.
French Montana drops a video for “Thrilla In Manilla,” featuring YMCMB rapper Tyga. For those trying to keep track, the song is off the Bronx by way of Morocco rapper’s Mac & Cheese 3 mixtape.