Rick Ross links up with French Montana and Diddy for his lastest single, “Nobody,” which is due to be featured on Rozay’s new LP, Mastermind. The MMG general gets the green light to channel his inner Notorious B.I.G. for his new track and bosses up over an infectious instrumental inspired by the late rapper’s song, “You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You). French Montana lends his signature lazy flow to the track for a catchy chorus. Take a listen to Ross’ latest offering below and look out for Mastermind to hit stores on March 4.
French Montana serves up his latest project with the fourth installment in his Coke Boys mixtape series. The New York rapper’s mixtape comes equipped with some highlight features from the likes of Chinx Drugz, Lil Durk, Diddy, Rick Ross, Jadakiss, Lana Del Rey, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and more. CLICK HERE to download Frenchie’s Coke Boys 4 and check out the official tracklist for full details.
1. Coke Boyz Feat. Meek Mill (Prod. By Black Metaphor, Rick Steel & Young Chop)
2. Millionare Intro
3. Millonare Thoughts Song (Prod. By Davoughn)
4. Paranoid (Remix) Feat. Rick Ross (Prod. By Young Chop)
5. 88 Coupes Feat. Jadakiss (Prod. By Harry Fraud)
6. All For You Feat. Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg (Prod. By Cool & Dre)
8. God Body (Prod. Harry Fraud)
9. Worst Nightmare Feat. Diddy (Prod. By Jahlil Beats)
10. Don’t Waste My Time
11. Money Bags Intro
12. Money Bag (Prod. By The Renagades)
13. All We Know
14. Act Like That (Prod. By BlickieBlaze Four Kings)
15. Wit It (Prod. By Mally Mall)
16. What You Call That (Prod. By BlickieBlaze Four Kings)
17. Money and Power (Prod. By Pandemik, Lofey)
18. Soulful (Prod. By Big Byrd)
French Montana’s anticipated Coke Boys 4 mixtape will be available at midnight. In the meantime, the New York rapper gives fans a sneak peek at an upcoming music video for “Paranoid.” The song is featured on Montana’s most recent LP, Excuse My French. The short trailer showcases Frenchie out on the block with his goons decked out in his signature furs. There’s a lot of slow motion shots and nonchalant behavior going on in this one.
French Montana lives it up on his latest offering, “All For You,” featuring Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg. Montana has some fun as he drops his drug infused lines and looks back on his climb to the top. Lana Del Rey’s melodic and catchy chorus, however, steals the show. “All For You” will be featured on Montana’s upcoming Coke Boys 4 mixtape which is set to drop at the stroke of midnight.
Chris Brown recruits Lil Wayne and French Montana for his new catchy single, “Loyal,” which is set to drop on Brown’s upcoming LP, X. The party song finds Brown and his features having some fun and dropping cautionary bars for male listeners when it comes to the opposite sex. In fact, Brown’s doesn’t hold back on his latest offering and warns that women aren’t to be trusted but rather accessories for a good evening. It’s all about the jump off and lavishin’ livin’ for Brown and company on this one. .
Vado serves up a new bangin’ street anthem with, “Look Me In My Eyes,” featuring Rick Ross and French Montana. The New York rapper keeps it all the way thorough with his signature street tales and drug coded bars. “Look Me In My Eyes” is Vado’s latest single which will be featured on his upcoming EP, Sinatra.
Go behind-the-scenes on the set of Chinx Drugz’s latest music video for, “Feelings,” featuring French Montana. Drugz breaks down the inspiration behind the visual’s creative direction and shares some commentary. Filmed on location in his hometown of Far Rockaway, watch as Chinx heads back to his old stomping grounds and brings Karmaloop TV cameras along for an inside look.
Chicago’s Lil Durk keeps it straight up with his enemies and the competition on his latest offering, “Dis Ain’t What You Want (Remix).” The bangin’ street anthem gets a new look with guest verses from Rick Ross, French Montana and Meek Mill. This one showcases plenty of tough guy talk and drug inspired lines as each rapper channels their inner boss and turns the energy up.
French Montana releases a new music video for his latest single, “Once In Awhile.” The hard-hitting and piano driven instrumental is featured on the Bad Boy rapper’s Excuse My French LP. The visual finds Montana posted with his feet up on top of a roof as he takes in the view, sips on some champagne and performs to the camera about his past struggles with living life out on the block. Long-time collaborator and friend, Max B, gets a few moments to shine from behind bars as Frenchie includes several TV screens running old footage of the rapper in the beginning for the song’s intro. There’s also some performance footage spliced in-between with cameos from Trinidad James, Diddy, Drake, Miguel and more.
French Montana is busy in the studio as he gears up to release his new mixtape, Mac & Cheese 4. As fans anxiously wait for the rappers latest offering to hit the net, Frenchie decides to turn the anticipation up by unveiling the project’s official artwork. Montana takes the arts and crafts route as the cover features a pile of gold colored macaroni molded into the shape of a number four that sits on top of a pile of cocaine. The Bad Boy artist also shows up on the cover in the form of a reflection in a spoon that sits besides the macaroni along with a fork. No telling when fans will be able to ride the coke wave as there is still no release date that’s been announced.