With their collaborative album coming out later this year, Fat Joe and Remy Ma followed up their huge summer single “All The Way Up” with the single “Cookin”. It features fellow Bronxite French Montana and up-and-coming rapper RySoValid. This will be their second single off their upcoming joint album Platas O Plomo.
“All The Way Up” reached mass success: attaining platinum status with one million units sold, reaching #27 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 on the US Hot Hip-Hop Chart. Jay Z blessed the song with a feature on it’s remix, earning the single even more air play on the radio. “Cookin” has the similar hard beat filled with trumpets and bass, which can now be expected out of a song featuring Fat Joe and French Montana. Fat Joe is looking to hit on two straight singles as he returns to hip-hop relevancy.
Post Malone’s crossover smash “White Iverson” gets a long overdue remix courtesy of French Montana and Rae Sremmurd’s Slim Jxmmi. Post Malone looks to capitalize on the success of his single with a debut album, titled Album of the Year out early next year. Check out the Dallas singer-songwriter’s “White Iverson” get remixed after the jump.
Today is rapper Chinx’ birthday, he would’ve turned 31. Unfortunately, Chinx was killed in cold blood in May. In honor of Chinx’ birthday, Puff Daddy and French Montana remix of their “Money Ain’t a Problem” collaboration featuring the late rapper. Listen after the jump.
After sharing the track listing and first teaser in the Puff Daddy assisted ”First Time” yesterday, French Montana and Fetty Wap are express shipping you their Coke Zoo. Furthermore, the entire project is currently available for free stream and download via DatPiff (grab it here now), and five of the thirteen tracks on the tape feature both French and Fetty working together. Additionally, there are some star-studded feature spots in the aforementioned Puff Daddy, as well as Chris Brown and Chicago rapper Lil Durk. In case you aren’t sure about hitting that download button, we’ve went ahead and embedded the stream of Coke Zoo for you after the jump.
French Montana and Fetty Wap are bringing their respective East Coast sensibilities to their Coke Zoo — a collaborative mixtape due out October 27th. French Montana is coming off his Casino Life 2 mixtape, as well as hit single ”Off the Rip”, while Fetty Wap is still basking in the success of hit singles ”Trap Queen”, ”679”, ”My Way”, and ”Again”. In addition to his chart-topping singles, Fetty recently released his self-titled debut album, which topped the Billboard Hot 200 for first week album sales. Nevertheless, this seemingly unlikely pairing of French and Fetty are uniting the East Coast with Coke Zoo, a thirteen track mixtape — with five tracks featuring both rappers — that has some star-studded features along the way. That’s the tracklist above, but you may also find ”First Time”, the tape’s first offering (featuring Puff Daddy talking smack), after the jump.
Bronx’s French Montana recruits some noteworthy NYC heavyweights in Harlem’s A$AP Rocky and Queens’ N.OR.E. for a remix to his summer hit “Off the Rip.” Listen to the remix of the track after the jump. RIP Chinx!
Stream the fresh remix below!
Just what the world needed: A terrible remix of an equally terrible song. Wiz Khalifa, who was joined by the great Iggy Azalea on the OG version of “Go Hard or Go Home,” is back with a few guests. For the remix of “Go Hard or Go Home” Wiz recruits big names like Trey Songz, French Montana and Ty Dolla $ign, and honestly the end result is a mess. Check out the remix to “Go Hard or Go Home” (or part 2?) after the jump. If you dare.
This is perhaps the single worst song I’ve had the displeasure of hearing in all of 2015 thus far. Also, side note: I’ve grown tired of the internet’s relationship with rap music and hip hop culture — this meme stuff has to stop. I know it won’t and don’t get wrong, I don’t mind it, per say — it’s getting out of had. With all the “u mad” and “why u mad” and Drake/Meek Mill memes. It’s a mess. And this song, “Why You Mad,” can be added to that. It’s a Mariah Carey track, from his forthcoming studio album, and it’s produced by the once-acclaimed Detail. Yet the song is utterly terrible and lifeless, and the French Montana, Justin Bieber, and T.I. (huh?) features don’t add anything either. Oh, and this track was premiered by TMZ. Enjoy. After the jump!
Oh it’s Holiday season! I’m a huge fan of rap mixtapes and an even bigger fan of Gucci Mane, which is why I suppose DJ Holiday is my preferred DJ of choice. Well, at least spanning roughly 2008-2012. Don’t get me wrong, DJ Drama was dope, too, and Gucci even appeared on a few of Drama’s tapes (The Burrrprint being the best of their collaborations.) But I don’t know, I prefer Holiday over all other mixtape DJs out there. He’s an OG at the game, which is why his new mixtape is entitled God Bless the Mixtape, and houses some huge features. Like this one, “Let Me at Em,” finding DJ Holiday recruiting three big names. Problem, French Montana and Wale all join Holiday for “Let Me at Em” a track that will appear on the forthcoming God Bless the Mixtape. Listen after the jump.
French Montana is joined by Rick Ross and Lil Wayne for “Lose It,” a song that is being touted as a Gucci Mane tribute? Interesting. You know what else is interesting? That the song is produced by Kanye West (along with The Mekanicks.) “Lose It” will appear on French’s upcoming album, Mac & Cheese: The Album, dropping in August. Listen after the jump.
Now hold up, I know what you’re thinking: Why the hell are ya’ll posting Omarion on a hip-hop website? First off, you’d be right… had it not been for Kid Ink and French Montana lending O their names for the features list. Second, because yo, open up your mind and check out some new music — quit being a jerk. You never know, this could be your new favorite song! Psyche, even if it isn’t, check out Omarion’s “I’m Up” featuring Kid Ink and French Montana.
Meek Mill should be dropping his highly-anticipated long-gestating Dreams Worth More Than Money album this year but he’s sharing a track that’s going to be, well, poppin’ in the clubs this summer. Meek is sharing his Rico Richie produced cut “Poppin'” featuring French Montana and Chris Brown. Check it out after the jump.