Karim Kharbouch has had all of us on tenterhooks regarding the arrival of his debut album “Excuse My French”…oh, please excuse my faux pas for not introducing you to Karim; that’s the real name of our Morocco-raised brother French Montana.
And while Mac and Cheese are good, too much of ‘em causes hardening of the arteries and we want something different. The Bad Boy/MMG/Interscope project that was set to release in July this year and has been pushed back a number of times has now received what should hopefully be a final release date. Artists you can expect to hear on the LP include Kanye West, The Weeknd, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, Diddy, Rick Ross, Max B and then some more.
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French Montana has revealed the cover art of his new single titled “Marble Floors” that features an impressive cast – Rick Ross, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz. The track goes live on November 19th along with the Mac and Cheese 3 mixtape.
The track is off his debut album Excuse My French that drops early next year and will feature Diddy, M.I.A., Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa, The Weeknd, and Max B.
Check out the track artwork by Eif Rivera. Montana has been riding the crest of a wave ever since he released his party anthem “Pop That” over the summer.
French Montana set a section twitter abuzz when he revealed the release date of his upcoming mixtape “Mac and Cheese 3″; the tape drops November 9th.
And till the time that happens, check out the video of “It was a good year” featuring Currensy and Mac Miller; this is first release from the project and we can expect a few more to hit us till release date. And then there is his much delayed studio album “Excuse My French” also scheduled for a fall release.
A couple of days back French Montana had spoken in an interview on what he thought was holding back 50 Cent’s music career. And he let slip that it was highly unlikely that 50 Cent could touch 10 million sales on current form.
The interview, and apparently public nods to what French said, kind of irritated fif and he did what he had done at the time of the Gunplay fiasco. He took to twitter and let the world know about his point of view. The point is, that to most folks out there, his attitude only kind of reinforces the point French made…about picking up beefs.
50 Cent tweeted “French Montana you ain’t Sh** boy. You out your league talking about me you hoe.i read your little interview what the f*** is you high,” “French your Sh** so weak you never had a song by your self fool. Ain’t nobody’s waiting to hear your verse. Girl.”
“Do you realize this fool @Frenchmontana hasn’t sold one record and talking about sales,” “I’m not tweeting about this little fool No more. I’m a see him and he gonna explain that’s it.”
Rapper French Montana recently gave insight on what he thinks has hurt 50 Cents’ career the most and according to the “Stay Schemin” rapper it is the various beefs and feuds that fif has carried out with fellow rappers.
French said that this aspect of his personality has helped other groups and labels get ahead of fif; he gave the example of Rick Ross and Maybach Music Group.
At the same time, he was at pains to point out that the incidents between Pusha T and Lil Wayne were more like tiffs and less like a beef.
“For some people it’s competition for them. It’s good for hip-hop…Yeah. Pusha T and Lil Wayne’s [beef] ain’t nothing serious,” “If Wayne feels like [it’s real beef] then you know Baby would have got involved. Things like that, it’s good for hip-hop. If nobody got shot, it ain’t beef.”