French Montana says he and Giggs have wrapped up their three track EP.
The past year has been big for French Montana. While he already became a mainstream success in North America, he's since expanded his musical resume by working with many international artists and it looks like he plans on expanding it even further. The rapper performed at Wireless Festival in the U.K. yesterday. Shortly after, the rapper did an interview with Capital XTRA and revealed that he has a joint project coming with one of the U.K's hardest emcees.
French Montana confirmed that he'll be dropping a new EP with Giggs in the near future. The rapper said the two of them finally wrapped up the project and were meeting up to figure out its release.
"Me and Giggs, we just finished doing like a three song tape we're about to drop," he revealed. "I'm supposed to see my brother tomorrow so we gon' figure it out. But it's fully done. It just need mixing and stuff like that."
French Montana is no stranger to working with U.K. artists. Last year, he linked up with Stefflon Don for their hit song, "Hurtin' Me." He also joined forces with Krept and Konan for the official remix to "Don't Waste My Time" a few years back. French has a lot of love for the U.K. scene and it's exciting to hear how his and Giggs' sound mesh on wax.
Peep the interview below.