Let's be honest. French Montana and ASAP Rocky really killed it with their collab "Said N Done." The track's official video, directed by Eif Rivera, showed off the chemistry between the two artists and was enough to get fans of Coke Boys and the ASAP Mob jonesing for a full-length project between the two. Thursday, French revealed that he and Rocky now have something in the can.
"Yeah, me and Rocky got a project," French announced during a new interview with Montreality Thursday. "We'll be coming out with it real soon." French didn't elaborate further, but hopefully "real soon" actually means "real" and "soon." Catch French's Rocky-related comments in the video up top starting at the 5:16 mark.
French and Rocky previously collaborated on ASAP Ferg's "Work" remix and Fat Joe's "Yellow Tape."
French also expressed stokedness about getting back into the wavy studio vibes with Max B, who's currently in jail after taking a plea deal for an aggravated manslaughter charge. "I would love to see what that energy is like when Max B comes home," he explained. "We're gonna get back in the studio and do a Coke Wave mixtape. I feel like, you know, we will definitely have our short to drop a real Coke Wave album. I just feel like, you know, he's in there and he's loading up. I'm in the best shape of my life, he in the best shape of his life. The energy in there is going to be impeccable."
Catch French's full Montreality interview, including his thoughts on J. Cole (who shared interest in executive producing his debut album) and Mortal Kombat, up top.