French Montana Drops DJ Drama-Hosted 'Coke Boys 6,' Shares "Lemonade" Video Starring Max B (UPDATE)

French shared his new offering hosted by DJ Drama as part of his 'Gangsta Grillz' series, as well as a video for "Lemonade" featuring the incarcerated Max B.

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UPDATED 1/9, 11:30 p.m. ET:The Max B-featuring Coke Boys 6 track “Lemonade” just got an official video, above, featuring the Wave God rapping and delivering a special message from prison.

French tweeted on Monday night along with the visual, relaying word that Max B should be a free man in mere months. 

“My brother was facing 75 years. He told me to tell yall he’ll be home in April!! Silver Surfer,” Montana wrote, noting the music video is “live from the can.”

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French Montana’s latest offering Coke Boys 6 has arrived, hosted by DJ Drama.

The lengthy 29-track Money Heist Edition ​​​​​of the Gangsta Grillz mixtape includes features from ASAP Rocky, Benny the Butcher, Kodak Black, Jeremih, Max B, Vory, King Combs, Nav, EST Gee, Stove God Cooks, the late Chinx, and more.

French also informed fans that what he calls “the classic version,” also available now, features 20 tracks.

This is the sixth installment of the Coke Boys series, with the last one arriving in November 2020 as a mixtape album titled CB5. The tapes have boasted features from heavyweights like Wale and the late Mac Miller, who appeared on Coke Boys 3: N***as with Coke in 2012.

French only revealed the tape’s impending arrival on Monday. “2023 New Year…Same Hustle Droppin 1/6,” he wrote. “@frenchmontana ‘Coke Boys 6…Money Heist Edition’ Gangsta Grillz…I Gave Yall A Chance To Catch Up…What Happened.”

It’s French’s first full-length project since he shared Montega, produced by Harry Fraud, in 2022. Drama has been hard at work on additional Gangsta Grillz tapes, confirming that Pusha-T and Juelz Santana will each drop their own this year.

Below, listen to Coke Boys 6: Money Heist Edition via Apple Music, or the “classic” edition through Spotify.

On Thursday night, gunfire erupted at a Florida restaurant where Montana was reportedly shooting a music video. Ten people were injured at The Licking in Miami Gardens. The story is still developing.

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