New York's preeminent HAANNNbassador of loud, off-the-wall bangers is fresh off dropping his clique's Coke Boys 4 mixtape, and he's had less than a year to celebrate the success of his proper debut album, Excuse My French. However, French Montana has hardly been relaxing despite his general lack of worries.
Rather, he's been in the studio with a wide range of collaborators in recent months as his profile has risen. Among the people who have called on his talents are partner-in-fanuting-the-coupe Rick Ross, whose new album, Mastermind, will feature French, and Kanye West, the Bronx rapper told Rolling Stone.
"We're supposed to be working on a couple of songs together for his album," he said, referring to Kanye. "He got a special project coming out." Although details are scarce, Kanye has said he's working on an eight-song album, and he was recently spotted in the studio with Tyga.
French Montana has also been working on his own album, Mac &Cheese 4. Although it will be the latest installment in his popular mixtape series of the same title, it's actually going to be a commercial album, he told Rolling Stone. Among the collaborators he has lined up is Macklemore, who will be on a new song called "Nightmares."
Despite his A-list reach, though, there's one guest French, unfortunately, can't collaborate with.
"The only person I wish I could work with right now is Max B," he said.
[via Rolling Stone]