It’s been awhile since French Montana last released his official studio album, Excuse My French. His debut album boasted his club bangers, “Pop That” and “Ain’t Worried About Nuthin'”, but that was well over three years ago. Now, he has been busy dropping mixtapes in the interim, but it appears that his long awaited project, Mac & Cheese may finally see daylight because of this EPIC move.
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French Montana Takes His Talents to Epic Records
French Montana inked a deal with Epic Records after his boss, Puff Daddy made the transition from Interscope to L.A. Reid’s label. With French making a deal with the label, he now joins the likes of Future, Rick Ross, Puff Daddy, DJ Khaled, Travis Scott, and more.
French Montana Speaks On His New Deal
In an interview with Billboard, French Montana was jovial about his signing to Epic. “He’s one of the good ones,” French told Billboard of L.A. Reid. “I love how he’s so attached to the music. A lot of chairmans out there, a lot of entrepreneurs can’t do what he do. When I met up with him, I played him the music. He just told me the right place for me to go is over where he’s at. He’s gonna give me a million percent support.”