will.i.am talks to the mirror. No one is suprised by this. Wassup, Miley. Nice to see you here again.
French releases an Elf Rivera-directed visual for the intro track off Excuse My French.
Spitta, Kushed God and Harry Fraud come together for a four-track collabo project entitled, The Stage EP.
Features include Big K.R.I.T. & French Montana. Tracklisting, download link and stream after the jump. Read More
French and Chinx jump on the outro track from Meek’s Dreamchasers 3 tape. If they’re actually pushing this as a Coke Boys single that’s the absolute epitome of laziness. But then again, that’s typically French’s modus operandi. Read More
French Montana with a baby tiger in each hand? Now I can start my day! Off Excuse My French.
Oh you thought this was a joke? Nahhhhh. Flex premieres the heavily-speculated, lowly anticipated shemix to French’s street banger. Or the Kidz Bop version of “Ain’t Worried About Nothin.” Miley is the absolute, unequivocal worst. Read More
Migos and French release a full version of a track that was premiered back in August. Zaytoven on the beat. You can probably bet on more future collaborations between these dudes, which wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world. Read More
Nard catches up with French Montana in Vancouver for another one of this informative, entertaining interviews. French speaks on, among other things, raising and eating pigeons.
It’s about time French gave us the video for his “Trap House” posse cut with Ross and Birdman, off Excuse My French. Better late than never I suppose. Directed by Elf Rivera.