French Montana Songs

  • Dope House
    Dope House
    Chinx dropped "Dope House" back last December, and it's been picking up steam ever since. The record is built off of a chunky trap beta from Velous, who you may know from producing Kanye's latest banger, "All Day". While Jadakiss was originally the only feature on the track, Chinx decided to call his Coke Boy boss, French Montana, for the remix.
  • Get That Money (Tags)
    Get That Money (Tags)
    Lil Durk is finally ready to share his debut album, Remember My Name, with the rest of the world. Due out May 12, the album is being led by this new single called “Get That Money” featuring Chris Brown and French Montana.
  • Wall To Wall
    Wall To Wall
    Raekwon has managed to age gracefully throughout his career, delivering one of the few late career album sequels that actually lived up to it's name (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II). While he generally keeps his collaborations within the Wu family, he's appeared as a feature on plenty of modern records, including Kanye West's Dark Twisted Fantasy. Despite never straying far from what put him on, Raekwon is a versatile rapper, and his new collaboration finds him comfortably within the same lane as fellow OG Busta Rhymes and Bronx newcomer French Montana.
  • She Knows (Remix)
    She Knows (Remix)
    Watch out everyone-- this new remix of Ne-Yo's "She Knows" opens with the best Fabolous verse in quite some time. French Montana and the song's original guest, Juicy J, also appear on this remix of the Non-Fiction cut. The horn-led song also gets fire verses from Montana and Juicy, with the former rhyming "alcohol" with "conference call." This one gives Trey Songz's and The-Dream's remix a run for its money.
  • Right Now
    Right Now
    Brooklyn and The Bronx came together when French Montana became one of the first to remix Bobby Shmurda's breakthrough record, "Hot Nigga". Of course, it was only a matter of time before GS9 and Coke Boys would officially unite, and while it seemed that it may be too late (for the time being) with Shmurda's incarceration, it seems French and Bobby got in the studio prior to the latter's arrest.
  • Hit Or Nah
    Hit Or Nah
    Yesterday, Rayven Justice dropped off the track “Get’n To The Money” with Sage The Gemini & Mistah Fab, and now 24 hours later he’s doing it all over again, this time calling on French Montana for a feature on his popular hit “Hit Or Nah”.
  • Not OK
    Not OK
    Kay Cola is a singer/songwriter that we've featured a bit in the past, although it's been awhile. She pops up again today with a French Montana feature on her latest single "Not OK." Mixing r'n'b with pop, she ends up with a pretty radio-friendly single, as she slams a would-be boyfriend. Sho Nuff, who produced Fergie's recent hit "L.A. Love", is also behind the production here. 
  • Trap Queen (Remix) (Tags)
    Trap Queen (Remix) (Tags)
    New Jersey native Fetty Wap has his underground hit "Trap Queen" to thank for his current successes, and now here come the remixes. This one's official, and features French Montana. Premiered by Funkmaster Flex, the track thusly comes with some bombs and tags, but thankfully, Flex mostly leaves this one unadulterated. For his part, Montana name-checks Big Sean, Ariana Grande, Snoop Dogg, Nas and Ghostface Killah. The artwork features a pretty literal interpretation of the song's title, depicting a gun shoved into a high-heeled shoe. 
  • 7/11 (Remix)
    7/11 (Remix)
    Beyonce's new single "7/11," which was released in promotion of her new Platinum Edition self-titled album, gets a festive remix courtesy of one of the song's original producer's, Detail, as well as Coke Boy general French Montana. It's definitely not what you might expect. This version takes the original's hyped up energy down a notch, with it being labeled as a Christmas version.
  • Bad Bitch
    Bad Bitch
    French Montana's Mac & Cheese: The Appetizer is going to be released for free tomorrow, but if you're too eager to wait a few more hours for the full tape, here's a brand new single available for purchase now on iTunes. Featuring a hook from the always reliable Jeremih, "Bad Bitch" is produced by Remo the Hitmaker. Feelin' the track? Be sure to catch French and Jeremih on their joint “Set It Off” U.S. tour, which finishes its run on December 22nd in San Francisco, CA.
  • Ball Drop
    Ball Drop
    Opening with the New Years Rockin' Eve countdown from December 1989, Fabolous' new "Ball Drop" single sets out on a mission to bring things back twenty years to 1990. Included in the iTunes pre-order for Fab's upcoming Young OG Project, the throwback-sounding record is our second look at the upcoming record. The previous release, "Lituation," hit our pages a few weeks back and was met with considerable acclaim from our readership. Look for "Ball Drop" to follow in its predecessor's footsteps.
  • Friends First
    Friends First
    Quincy, a relation of Diddy (his stepson), is kicking off his own career in music with a new radio friendly r'n'b jam called "Friends First." The singer calls upon Bad Boy rapper French Montana for a feature, keeping it all in the family. The single was premiered by the LA Leakers last night, so you can stream it before purchasing it on iTunes. The production was handled by Christian Davis.  What are your initial thoughts on Quincy? Do you see this song taking off? Let us know what you think of the female-friendly record.
  • I'm A Star
    I'm A Star
    Shortly after signing with Def Jam, Lil Durk crewed up with French Montana's Coke Boys team, putting in plenty of collaborations (including some Coke Boys 4 highlights) since. "I'm A Star" is his latest track with Montana, with the Bronx rapper supplying an auto-tuned moan on the hook, while Durk operates somewhere between his Meek Drill double-time and world-weary crooning.
  • Headache
    Rick Ross' second album of 2014, Hood Billionaire, drops next Tuesday, November 24th, and today we get to hear a bonus track that will appear on the Best Buy edition of the album.
  • #icanteven
    You may recall we featured the group The Neighborhood awhile back when they connected with Casey Veggies and the 100s on "Jealou$y." The indie rock group are back on HNHH today with another rap feature in hand, French Montana. The group are definitely doing a good job with their cross-over appeal, as they prep a new mixtape which will contain a slew of rap features.
  • Chimes (Remix) (CDQ)
    Chimes (Remix) (CDQ)
    Yesterday Hudson Mohawke's remix of his fan-favorite record, "Chimes," leaked on to the net thanks to a radio rip. Today Hudson is ready to unveil the CDQ and official version of the record's remix, which features an all-star line-up consisting of fellow G.O.O.D. Music signees, Pusha T and Travi$ Scott, as well as the auto-tuned ATLien Future and New York's French Montana.
  • Chimes (Remix) (Radio Rip)
    Chimes (Remix) (Radio Rip)
    Back in July, Hudson Mohawke shared a monstrous instrumental track called "Chimes" that failed to make a big splash in the hip-hop world at the time. Well, this should change that. Future, French Montana, Pusha T and Travi$ Scott have all contributed to a new remix of the track. 
  • Only That Real (Remix)
    Only That Real (Remix)
    "Only That Real" was a stand-out cut from Iamsu!'s debut album Sincerely Yours. The album itself received mixed reviews, but "Only That Real" finds Suzy 6 Speed in his element, with a nice hook and a hyphy-inspired instrumental.
  • Ain't Bout To Do
    Ain't Bout To Do
    Talented young rapper Diggy Simmons is currently in the lab working on a new EP entitled Out Of This World, and today he's shared a very promising first taste of the project. "Ain't Bout To Do" snags the guys behind "Don't Panic" (French Montana and DJ Mustard), and turns out a club-ready banger.
  • Don't Panic (Remix)
    Don't Panic (Remix)
    The roles have flipped. After French Montana dropped a verse on Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” remix, the Chicago crooner decides to return the favor and hop on Montana’s official R&B remix to his single “Don’t Panic”, which also features the previously heard verse from Chris Brown.
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