With French Montana's Wave Gods mixtape out now, the New York MC decided to stop by The Breakfast Club this morning to talk about the impact of Max B, the whole situation with Kanye West, and much more. Specifically on Kanye, French didn't really add anything new to what he said last week, but rather drove home how he didn't take it was a negative that 'Ye didn't really know who Max was. "I feel like it's dope when somebody do something and they don't even know they're doing it," French said. "Like damn, my boy was really ahead of his time."
As far as Wiz Khalifa jumping into the entire thing, French said that he thought it was really a compliment that Kanye was trying to pay homage to the "Wave" movement. He also said that he didn't really want to get in between Kanye and Wiz because he's currently cool with both of them, but that he also didn't think that Kanye really understood why people were attacking him when he announced the WAVES title on Twitter.
In the end, they were all able to work things out and it obviously led to Max B being featured on Kanye's The Life of Pablo album. While French confirmed that 'Ye is also trying to help Max out with his legal situation, he didn't go into exact details about what was going on with the situation. "We been on the phone damn near every day trying to put something together for my boy," French said.
As far as the music goes, French affirmed that his next project will indeed be his long-awaited studio album, Mac & Cheese 4. His Wave Gods mixtape, which is hosted by Max B and features Kanye, Future, Nas, Travi$ Scott, Puff Daddy, A$AP Rocky, and more, can be streamed and downloaded here.