French Montana

Jun
5
New Music: Rick Ross f/ Wale, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, Fat Trel, Tracy T, & French Montana – ‘Finals 2′

Finals 2

In honor of Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Rick Ross liberates the D. Rich-produced “Finals 2.” MMG’s MVP assembles an all-star lineup including Wale, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, Fat Trel, Tracy T, and French Montana. In 2011, he debuted the original song featuring Meek Mill and Gunplay.

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Jun
5
Jennifer Lopez Brings Out Ja Rule, Fat Joe, & French Montana at Bronx Concert

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez has sold out shows across the globe, but she brought it back to the Bronx during a free concert for State Farm’s Neighborhood Sessions on Wednesday. Fifteen years after the release of her debut On the 6, the international superstar performed her biggest hits and brought out some special guests at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park.

She opened the 90-minute set with “Same Girl” and ran through her catalog of hits including “If You Had My Love,” “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” “Waiting for Tonight,” and her latest single “First Love” off her upcoming 10th album A.K.A., due June 17.

Ja Rule appeared for “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny.” She also debuted a new song with Fat Joe, who delivered his hit “Lean Back.” French Montana joined J.Lo for “I Luh Ya Papi” and performed his own hits, “Ain’t Worried About Nothin” and “Pop That.”

Additionally, she paid tribute to Selena and covered Diana Ross’ “Theme from Mahogany” and Barbra Streisand’s “My Man” before closing with her 2001 hit “Jenny From the Block.”

“It feels super at home for me,” J.Lo told “GMA.” “It took me right back to Sundays in the Bronx.”

Backstage, she was joined by friends and family including T.I., Khloe Kardashian, Angie Martinez, her mother, and her sister.

Watch Jenny go back to the block.

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May
19
New Music: Mila J f/ French Montana – ‘Smoke, Drink, Break-Up (Remix)’

Smoke, Drink, Break-Up (Remix)

Following her remix with Ty Dolla $ign, Mila J grabs French Montana for her intoxicating single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up.” The Coke Boy comes through with a verse on the West Coast banger.

Additionally, French has dropped off a new song called “Oooh Baby,” which may appear on his sophomore album Mac & Cheese 4. His official single “Don’t Panic,” produced by DJ Mustard, is coming later this week.

Blaze up both records below.

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May
18
Video: Fat Joe f/ Rick Ross, French Montana, & Tiara Thomas – ‘Another Day’

Fat Joe

Fat Joe takes it back to the block in the video for his latest single “Another Day.” Directed by Salvatore Rubino, the gritty clip paints a powerful picture of life in the ‘hood and was shot on the streets of New York, with appearances from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Tiara Thomas.

The song, which samples Queen Latifah’s 1993 single “Just Another Day…,” was produced by StreetRunner and Macho TS.

Head to the ‘hood with Joey Crack and friends.

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May
13
New Music: Snootie Wild f/ Fabolous, Jadakiss, French Montana, & YG – ‘Yayo (Remix)’

Yayo (Remix)

With his breakout single “Yayo” taking over the streets and the airwaves, Yo Gotti protégé Snootie Wild drops the remix featuring Fabolous, Jadakiss, YG, and French Montana. Listen to the all-star posse cut below.

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May
6
Video: Chanel West Coast f/ French Montana – ‘Been On’

Chanel West Coast and French Montana

Girls gone wild. Chanel West Coast parties with French Montana in the provocative video for “Been On” off the Young Money rapper’s 2013 mixtape Now You Know.

The blonde MTV star twerks around in a swimsuit, toasts with French, and takes a dip in the pool with her scantily-clad co-stars. There are also some steamy girl-on-girl scenes in the shower that the fellas will appreciate.

Feast your eyes on all the wet action.

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Apr
28
New Music: DJ Khaled f/ Jay Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, & French Montana – ‘They Don’t Love You No More’

They Don't Love You No More

DJ Khaled assembles an all-star lineup of Jay Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, and French Montana for his brand new single “They Don’t Love You No More” off his upcoming eighth album.

Each MC brings their best to the ominous Mike Zombie-produced track. Meek kicks things off with an explosive verse, Rozay spits in creole, and French holds down the hook.

But all eyes are on Hov, who puts his haters on blast (“Hit these bootleg ni**as with the Heismeaaan”), calls out the NCAA (“Fuck the NCAA, ni**a / Let a young ni**a get paid, ni**a”), and throws a subliminal shot at Drake (“Wrong sports, boy, you know you soft as the lacrosse team”).

Who had the best verse? Listen and weigh in below.

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