Following this morning’s debut via DJ Envy over at The Breakfast Club, Lil George releases his remix for his popular “Sauce” single which now features French Montana and boasts a grittier edge and a heavier bass. The “Sauce” remix was produced by Reuel Beats and YH, and is taken from Lil George’s upcoming mixtape via BMB Entertainment. Check it out below.
Forget rap, he hasn’t had an album out since 2013, and his sophomore effort has been delayed several times in the past couple years, but when it comes to his love live? The New York native just can’t lose.
After a high-profile relationship with the hotly coveted Khloe Kardashian, French has apparently snagged up one of the more sought after Black actresses in Hollywood, Sanaa Lathan, who is currently scorching, thanks to her romance thriller The Perfect Guy, co-starring Morris Chestnut and Michael Ealy, which hit theaters this weekend.
At about the 4:15 mar of this interview with Big Boy on Real 92.3, the celebrity crush of millions gives a cryptic answer to a French Montana/dating question that leaves little to imagination.
It’s nice to see Chris Brown having peace to focus on his career.
Chris is currently on his One Hell of a Nite tour with Fetty Wap, French Montana, Teyana Taylor, and Kid Ink. Which means he’s been a real busy guy.
He announced on Twitter that the title of his forthcoming album will be Royalty, just like his daughter. Also, yesterday he uploaded a 15 second clip on Instagram of the visuals for his single “Liquor” which was self directed and is expected to be on Royalty.
While fans wait for his album to drop, Chris Brown blessed them with another single, “Gangsta Ways” featuring French Montana. French Montana and Chris have collaborated in the past in the following songs: “Poppin” and “Moses” featuring Migos.
“Gangsta Ways” is over a smooth beat, accompanied by Chris Brown’s beautiful vocals singing about street love, plus French Montana’s auto-tuned rhymes.
Omarion is still riding high off the success of “Post To Be,” his mega 2014 hybrid hit, featuring Chris Brown and a vernacular-altering verse from Jhene Aiko, and “I’m Up” serves as the perfect uptempo sister record.
Featuring two of Maybach O’s rapper friends, French Montana and Kid Ink, two radio success aficionados, “I’m Up” is just as fun as “Post To Be,” complete with an infectious chorus and French Montana’s mellifluous opening bars. Not to mention, Omarion’s girlfriend, Apryl Jones, who has become a frequent flyer #WCW on social media, makes a “relationship goal”-worthy appearance via the playful ass slap of an anonymous video model, complete with the playful side-eye she tosses towards Omarion.
The multifaceted talent known as Charisse Mills is primed and ready to show the mainstream the depths of her talent. The singer-songwriter has roused audiences from the United States, Europe and Caribbean with her exceptional vocals in the opera realm, but recently meshed it with a more traditional pop sound, something she has dubbed, “Pop’ra.” Since then, Mills has had a standout feature on Ne-Yo’s “Integrity,” which appears on his most recent album “Non-Fiction.”
Now, with her buzz amongst the industry and fans across globe steadily mounting, Mills looks to release her forthcoming album and with that, unveils her first official single titled “Champagne,” featuring French Montana. Having already been picked up by several mainstream outlets, the single has a bouncy feel while showcasing Charisse’s unmatched vocal dexterity, paired with Montana’s trademark charm. “Champagne” looks to be a breakthrough single for the talented singer/actress. Currently available on iTunes, check out the single below as well as the teaser for the highly anticipated music video which will be released shortly.
It’s been a big year for The Bay with an NBA Championship finally landing back in Northern Cali with a Golden State Warriors victory this past June. Since then everyone in the Bay seemingly has a winning mentality and rapper Big Cheeze is no different. With a French Montana feature in the chamber Big Cheeze is looking to finish the summer strong, kicking things off with a track dubbed “Bad Behavior,” which is currently getting spin on Sirius/XM Radio.
Toronto’s own Harvey Stripes is already fixture on the blogosphere as well as a mainstay in the Canadian music scene. After releasing several well received singles so far this year, he looks to take things up another notch for the release of his latest effort, “Paid Pt. 2,” featuring rap superstar French Montana. Stripes has already collaborated with some of Hip-Hop’s most seasoned acts, and now he adds another one to his vast catalog. The bouncy tune finds Stripes trading bars with Montana, while the Bronx native handles the hook duties.
French finally unleashes the tribute clip to his fallen friend
French Montana‘s “Off The Rip” is most certainly on the list of slow-burning bangers that could have the summer on smash, and it fittingly features Chinx, the fallen Far Rockaway rapper who was slain in a Queens shooting earlier this year. French is also joined by N.O.R.E., who appeared on the song’s official remix, which has apparently become the official version. New York rap standouts Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule and Juelz Santana also join French in the clip, which will serve as one of the many memorable remembrances of Chinx we’ll see from French and his camp this year.
French finally unleashes his posse cut of a single
French Montana has been teasing his sophomore album, Mac & Cheese: The Album, for the better part of the past year, but it appears he’s finally making moves towards releasing it. With “Off The Rip” slowly becoming one of summer’s go-to records, French lets go of “Lose It,” the long-awaited, Kanye West-produced single featuring Rick Ross and Lil Wayne.
The song, which many originally thought was titled “Gucci Mane,” features Rick Ross on the hook, and a guest verse from Lil Wayne over a slow-burning beat, reminiscent of French bangers like “Marble Floors.”
After several album delays, it seems as though French Montana‘s sophomore album Mac & Cheese 4 may be nearing release
As of now, the Coke Boys head honcho has released successful singles Don’t Panic and Bad B*tch featuring Jeremih. Today, he lets go of another single in the form of Lose It (Gucci Mane). Produced by Kanye West and The Mekaniks, the track features guest appearances by Rick Ross and Lil Wayne, all of whom make references to the songs namesake Gucci Mane and his visits to the psych ward. Another point of contention is as to when the song was actually recorded, seeing as how Wayne drops the line “Cash Money till I die”. Needless to say, check out the new tune below…