French Montana’s latest release, “Bad Bitch” is off his latest mixtape, Mac & Cheese: The Appetizer, his full length album, Mac & Cheese: The Album is scheduled to be released sometime this year.
Look, I don’t know what to say. French’s lyrical skills are lacking, and at times the song’s beat seems overproduced, yet, every time it comes on the radio I’m like:
French Montana recently released his new single “Don’t Panic” in preparation of his sophomore album, Mac & Cheese. He quickly followed up the single’s release with a video starring his new girlfriend, Khloe Kardashian.
This situation reminds me of my last relationship: everything was going well, but I wasn’t sure where it was going. Then one day he got down on knee and said “you’re really special to me and I want to take this relationship to the next level, so I want you to star in my upcoming music video.” I was ecstatic and flattered – surely this was a sign that we were headed towards a serous commitment – until he said I had to wear a mask the whole time.
Oh it’s like that, is it? Khloe, you’re a bigger woman than I.
DJ Khaled has assembled an all star line-up for another rap-banger. “They Don’t Love You No More” gathers together hip-hop heavyweights French Montana, Jay Z, Meek Mill and Rick Ross who discuss how it makes them feel when someone unfollows them on Instagram. #pussyniggasDONTwannaseemeinabox
Mack Wilds recently released the video for his single, “Henny (Remix)” which features all of the famous friends listed above.
The actor-turned-crooner sings in the hook, “Hennessy, Hennessy, Hennessy / If I hit it then you gon’ remember me.” Metaphor aside, I can attest to the truth of this statement — I remember the one and only time I drank Hennessy, because it is disgusting. And as I stood there, making “this tastes awful” faces, I saw my dreams of being a gangster-rap icon vanish before my eyes…
Diddy has officially gone back to Puff Daddy with the release of his track, “Big Homie” featuring fellow big homies, Rick Ross and French Montana.
Over a banging beat, Diddy boasts, “You could go to any hood, bet they know me / Rose gold pinky ring – match the Rollie / Boy, yous a little ni**a – Gary Coleman,” and it’s lyrics like this that remind us that Diddy is a lot like Scientology — pretty absurd and kind of a joke, yet you’re still slightly afraid he could ruin your life if he wanted.
“Big Homie” is the first single from his upcoming MMM album, which stands for Money Making Mitch, which is from the 2002 film Paid in Full, in which Mekhi Phifer plays Mitch, which is based on the infamous Harlem drug lord Rich Porter. …which is pretty straightforward.
Jennifer Lopez released the third promotional single from her upcoming studio album. “I Luh Ya Papi” features rapper
Pitbull (no?) French Montana.
I prefer to use Jennifer Lopez’s proper name, as opposed to “J Lo” or “Jenny From The Block.” Like when I’m speaking with her in Spanish, I always use the formal “usted.”
Back in November, will.i.am released this song (and video) as the lead single from the expanded version of his fourth studio album #willpower. I heard it on the radio yesterday, so I guess it has “arrived.”
Something about will.i.am rapping lyrics like, “She give me IQ, that mean she get a-head,” and “And now I’m banging hoes in the Continental,” makes me uncomfortable, probably because I find him about as sexy as banjo music or German audiobooks.
With assistance from Lil Wayne and French Montana, Chris Brown released the fourth single from his upcoming album, X. “Loyal” is about the untrustworthy girls that rappers encounter who are only interested in money or fame. And if anyone knows untrustworthy things, it would be Chris Brown who said his album, X, would be released in early 2013.
I know, it’s always hard to adjust to writing a new year on your checks… for your disloyal hoes.
Oh yeah! Trey Songz! I forgot about him for…all of 2013. whoops. Where has he been? Where did he go? Do you think he’s Banksy?
It’s the only logical explanation.
Some people love the holiday season. It’s a time of year filled with joy, hope, forgiveness and gratitude. But if you hate those things… I have a song for you!
Chinx Drugz and French Montana teamed up to release, “Feelings,” — a song that asks (repeatedly), “Who gives a fuck? Give a fuck about yo feelings.” “Feelings,” is off of Chinx’s upcoming mixtape, I’ll Take It From Here, due out on Who Gives a Fuck Tuesday (I’m guessing).