French Montana is Already Preparing for Next Album
French Montana’s first official album, Excuse My French, just came out in August, but now the rapper has plans for his follow-up, which he told Rolling Stone recently.
The release is being called Mac & Cheese 4 – the title of which is based on his series of mixtapes. Because of this, the album had originally been reported as a free download, but now it’s planed as an official release for 2014.
However, unlike the more mainstream sounds on his debut, the Moroccan-born rapper says he’s going back to his Bronx roots: "I'm going back to the essence on this album. We're giving the fans that grew up on me what they want. When we made the other music, it was just to be a little different and not do the same thing over."
That doesn’t mean the formula he followed on his debut is going out the window. Instead, listeners should expect a guest appearance from Macklemore, among others. His debut featured The Weeknd, Snoop Dogg, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and many more artists.
Aside from this release, Montana has been working on albums for Kanye West and Rick Ross.
Last year, Excuse My French generated singles “Pop That,” “Freaks,” and “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’” and debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. The release has since sold just under 100,000 copies.
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