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Drake Rules REVOLT Super Bowl Concert

Diddy and Drake

While Jay Z was entertaining at DirecTV’s “Super Saturday Night,” Drake took over Time Warner Cable Studios in New York City to headline REVOLT’s pre-Super Bowl concert on Saturday. Dressed in all white, the Canadian rapper got the crowd hype with his hits including his latest, “Trophies” and “We Made It.”

Draped in a black mink, network chairman Diddy brought his swagger to the stage while performing classics “It’s All About the Benjamins” and “Mo Money Mo Problems.” His Bad Boy signee French Montana turned up with his street anthems “Ocho Cinco” and “Ain’t Worried About Nothin” while Bun B and Wale stood onstage.

“This my brother since day one, since I came in the game,” French said of Drizzy.

Celebrity sightings included Mary J. Blige, Paul McCartney, Kevin Costner, and Katie Couric.

Watch highlights from the pre-Super Bowl gig below.

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Jennifer Lopez and French Montana Hit the Studio

Jennifer Lopez and French Montana

Jennifer Lopez returned to the Bronx in the video for “Same Girl,” and now she’s teaming up with a rapper from her hometown. Over the weekend, the pop diva hit the studio with Bad Boy’s own French Montana.

French posted a photo of himself with J.Lo, tweeting, “#samegirl @jlo #staytuned #southbronx #working.”

Just last week, J.Lo dropped a teaser for her “Same Girl” video. The full song, penned by Chris Brown, is expected to premiere any day now.

“Rack City” producer DJ Mustard also tweeted that he has some music for the “American Idol” judge. “Yo somebody tell @JLo I got some bangers waiting for her !!!!!” he wrote, to which she responded, “where they at @DJmustard??”

In addition to French and Chris, J.Lo has collaborated with Future, Big Sean, Robin Thicke, Sia, and RedOne on her upcoming 10th album.

French, who is working on his sophomore album Mac & Cheese 4, dropped a video for “Paranoid” off his debut Excuse My French. Watch below.

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New Music: Maino f/ T.I. & French Montana – ‘Watch Me Do It’

Watch Me Do It

Maino says hi to his haters once again on “Watch Me Do It,” the first single off his upcoming EP King of Brooklyn, available February 4 on iTunes and Dat Piff. Accompanied by T.I. and French Montana, the Brooklyn MC issues some taunting rhymes on the booming street anthem.

“You can love or hate me, but you watchin’ ni**a,” raps French on the hook.

Haters, take notes.

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Video: Mally Mall f/ Tyga, French Montana, Sean Kingston, & Pusha T – ‘Wake Up In It’

Wake Up In It

Producer-turned-rapper Mally Mall throws a party with some of his famous friends in the extravagant video for “Wake Up In It.” Tyga, French Montana, Sean Kingston, and Pusha T crash at his Calabasas mansion in the Mike Ho-directed clip. The fellas play poker, while scantily-clad ladies strut around. Look for cameos from Justin Bieber and Scott Disick.

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New Music: Ty Dolla $ign f/ Trey Songz, French Montana, & DJ Mustard – ‘Paranoid (Remix)’

Paranoid (Remix)

Trey Songz and French Montana jump on the remix to Ty Dolla $ign’s single “Paranoid.” Over the DJ Mustard-produced beat, Trigga busts out a sexually-explicit verse, boasting about some freaky females, who are willing to do anything. French borrows from Kurupt’s “Ain’t No Fun” verse, and Mustard keeps the hands up.

The song will hit iTunes tomorrow, while Ty’s 7-track Beach House EP drops January 21 featuring Casey Veggies, Twista, B.o.B, French Montana, and Jay Rock.

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French Montana Readies Sophomore Album ‘Mac & Cheese 4’

French Montana

French Montana is cooking up more heat for the streets. Following the release of his Coke Boys 4 mixtape, the New York rapper is back in the lab working on his sophomore album Mac & Cheese 4.

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New Mixtape: French Montana – ‘Coke Boys 4′

Coke Boys 4

Christmas may be over, but French Montana has one more gift for his fans. The Bad Boy rapper feeds the streets with the fourth installment in his Coke Boys mixtape series.

Hosted by Evil Empire, the 18 tracks feature the Lana Del Rey-sampled single “All for You,” with appearances from Diddy, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, Jeremih, and more.

On the production side, he enlists hitmakers including Harry Fraud, Cool & Dre, Young Chop, and Jahlil Beats.

Get your fix of Coke Boys 4 below.

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