French Montana talks on his amount of features and says he's not worried about it, as well he talks about signing Lil Durk to Coke Boys.
French Montana finally dropped his much-delayed debut album, Excuse My French, yesterday. The rapper labeled the album a classic before it even hit shelves, leaving a lot for him to live up too. Nonetheless, French is confident in what he does, and fully represents his single "Ain't Worried Bout Nothin'" in his new interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club.
When asked about his beef with 50 Cent from this past year, and if he felt the need to put out a solo track after Fif called him out for his serious amount of features, French just quoted himself.Â "Nah, I was just like, I ain't worried about nothin," the NY native said.
He went on to address this on-going question of whether or not he has too many features. French explained that sometimes a lot of features just happen when you're chilling in the studio with a bunch of rappers.
"If you was a fan you would know I got thirteen mixtapes.You would know that I got "Everything's A Go" by myself, "Shot Caller" was me by myself, I made somebody hot that was on "Shot Caller." "Choppa Down" was me by myself. I have recordsss by myself. My first single was "Pop That," my official single," French explained. "That was a record I just played it for Drake and Ross and all them 'cause they was around, we was on tour, and they jumped on it. If somebody's with me in the studio, we all getting high and drunk. I'm not, not gunna tell you to get in the booth and record. That's how we make music. And once that happens, I'm not gunna take you off."
French has been making moves as far as the Coke Boys brand goes as well, recently adding Lil Durk to the roster. "We just signed Lil Durk," French said. When asked why, he responded, "You know, the whole Chicago movement, I was always a fan. And I loved his music."
Check out French's full interview with The Breakfast Club below. He discusses New York rap and becoming successful, his DVD days, how important it is to network and more.