French Montana's "Famous" originally appeared on his 2017 album Jungle Rules, but now the rapper is revisiting the track for a good cause. Partnering with the Suubi "Hope" Health Center maternal hospital in Uganda, Montana has shared the Adam Levine–featuring remix of the single, with all of French's royalties from the remix going toward helping finish the hospital initiative, which will offer health access to 58 villages totaling 450,000 people.
To coincide with the release of the remix, Montana has shared the video for the track starring the Triplet Ghetto Kids in front of the hospital, which French previously rebuilt with help from MAMA HOPE.
Montana has already raised over $500,000 with the Unforgettable healthcare campaign, alongside the likes of the Weeknd and Diddy. Speaking in a press release, Adam Levine explained, "I'm excited to be on this song with French and have the proceeds go to something so special and that's really making a difference."
Considering just how much Montana has done for Uganda already, it seems unlikely this will be the last time he puts in some seriously impressive charity work. In order to complete work on the hospital, an additional $225,000 is needed, so hopefully fellow artists are inspired by his work and step-up to help.