French Montana Songs

  • Smoke, Drink, Break-Up
    Smoke, Drink, Break-Up
    Mila J, who you may know as the older sister of Jhene Aiko, has seen her single "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up" gain some considerable momentum over the last little while. The song is likely to get yet another push towards hit-status, as French Montana has added a verse for the remix. Montana has been getting quite a bit of work in the world of pop and R&B, recently landing on Jennifer Lopez's single, "I Luh Ya Papi".
  • Oooh Baby  [Tagged]
    Oooh Baby [Tagged]
    French Montana's latest solo offering is titled "Oooh Baby," and it's pretty much everything you'd expect from a track with such a title. It finds French easing his way into blissed-out boasts over a wavy, sample-based instrumental from Dollar Bill.  Motion picture shit, as they say. 
  • Yayo (Remix)
    Yayo (Remix)
    Snootie Wild is an extremely new artist. To the point its hard to find more than a few tracks he's attached to. Nevertheless, his track "Yayo" has taken off, earning remixes from T.I., Chinx, and more. It was only a matter of time before the song got a full-out crew remix, and today is the day, with Fabolous, Jadakiss, YG, and French Montana hopping on the song.
  • They Don't Love You No More
    They Don't Love You No More
    DJ Khaled put on quite a performance hyping up his new track this morning. The "We The Best" DJ got pretty passionate and borderline angry about his claimed title of "the king of anthems" when asked what he had planned for this summer.
  • Turn Down For What (Remix)
    Turn Down For What (Remix)
    Well here’s an official club banger for your weekend. Lil Jon and DJ Snake decided to add some hip hop flavor to their international club hit “Turn Down For What”, and recruit 2 Chainz, French Montana, and Juicy J for the official remix. Lining the shots up, Juicy, Chainz, and French all add their own braggadocious bars over the infectious party anthem. This will definitely be a club favorite so get used to it. Click play, and turn up! Who has the best verse?
  • I Luh Ya Papi (Remix)
    I Luh Ya Papi (Remix)
    While we had already heard remix's from Tyga and Big Sean on Jennifer Lopez’ latest single “I Luh Ya Papi”, we've been waiting for that mega remix we've been hearing about.
  • Polo, Polo, Polo (Remix)
    Polo, Polo, Polo (Remix)
    So rap duo named Kataztrofree appear on HNHH for the very first time thanks to a remix of their track "Polo Polo Polo" for which they managed to nab Young Dro, French Montana and Game. It's a free download, so no complaining (jokes, you guys can always complain). The duo are comprised of Eric "Victory" Johnson  and Shannon "Mr. Arrogant" Speed and hail from Fort Worth, Texas. These two are actually on tour with 2 Chainz for his "2 Good 2 Be T.R.U." tour. Check out the remix and let us know what you think. Would you like to see these guys on the site again?
  • Another Day
    Another Day
    Fat Joe is back with a brand new track (Okay, for now on we'll leave the rhyming to the emcee's, right?), this time in the form of the feature-heavy "Another Day," marking appearances from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Tiara Thomas. We're not sure why Fat Joe insists on surrounding himself with bigger, better artists but we're grateful, still. Not that Fat Joe is any bad, he's a fixture and remains amazing, but when French and Rozay duel their bars out, it's going to be the most memorable part of the track. 
  • All My Niggas
    All My Niggas
    We're not exactly sure when this rapper Capo surfaced, but apparently he's been doing something right as he was signed to Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group, quite recently it seems, as a YouTube video documenting the signing party (which obviously took place at a strip club) just went up at the end of March.
  • Real Nigga
    Real Nigga
    Now that Meek Mill has established himself as a rapper, he will soon start pushing his Dreamchaser imprint artists, which includes Omelly. We first heard from Omelly with his cut "Panamera", on which he connected with his fellow Philly native/friend Meek. That was almost a year ago though, and now Omelly has returned with a frequent MMG collaborator, French Montana, on "Got Me F#cked Up." No word on where this record will land, but how's the collabo sound? Are you a fan of Omelly?
  • Keep Calm (Remix)
    Keep Calm (Remix)
    DJ Kay Slay knows how to bring out the guests on a remix. That's right, French Montana, Rico Love, Chinx, Gooney, Sheek Louch *and* Styles P all make appearances for this star-studded mix. The track has pleasures of its own sort, French and Styles' appearances stand out in particular. Also, with this kind of roster on a track, consistent love at the clubs is all but inevitable. 
  • A-Rod
    A-Rod
    Last month Tity Boi hit the Roseland Ballroom in New York City, and debuted this new record with Bad Boy's French Montana, during his "2 Good 2 Be T.R.U." tour. You can watch the footage from it here. Now 2 Chainz and French have let the Young Chop-produced cut go via DJServicePack, although still no word as to whose project this will land on. How's the studio version sound? Are you digging it?
  • Big Homie (Official Version)
    Big Homie (Official Version)
    Puff Daddy is back in rapping form, and adopting his old moniker for it, and although we did hear a leak of his new single "Big Homie" back in February, today the official version of the Rick Ross and French Montana-featured cut has surfaced.
  • Hey Love
    Hey Love
    Ray J has done a lot over the course of his career, releasing plenty of albums, and even starring in his own reality tv series, "For The Love Of Ray J". There is one thing, however, that most people know him for, which is starring opposite Kim Kardashian in an infamous sex tape, and subsequently writing a song bragging about his now distant escapade called "I Hit It First". About a year later, Ray J is now making proper gimmick free R&B once again, releasing this new collaboration with Tyga and French Montana today called "Hey Love". Are you feeling this one? 
  • Everything
    Everything
    Fred The Godson flips an unlikely sample on his new track, taking Shakira and Wyclef's "Hips Don't Lie" (also used briefely on Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz's Déjà Vu), and turning it into a hard NY anthem. He grabs some of the cities current MVPs, French Montana and Vado for the occasion, who drop a hook and a verse respectively.  Yesterday, we got a Biggie tribute from Fred, who decided to go in over the "Warning" instrumental. 
  • Gas Pedal (Freestyle)
    Gas Pedal (Freestyle)
    Chinx Drugz decided to let go a few freestyle cuts today, including one with his fellow Coke Boy and Bad Boy signee French Montana on their re-vamp of Sage The Gemini's buzzing single "Gas Pedal." The hyphy single which is produced by DJ Mustard really seems to be picking up pace lately, and it's actually already achieved platinum status, so we're sure to see plenty more remixes and freestyles in the future. Sage is definitely next up from Iamsu!'s HBK Gang.
  • I Luh Ya Papi
    I Luh Ya Papi
    Along with Ashanti, J. Lo is looking to make her return to music this year, with an an album on the way.
  • Wit It
    Wit It
    Jazz Lazer is back with more new music. After hitting us with the Casey Veggies-featured track “Impressive” last week, the Las Vegas rapper returned Friday night with his latest offering “Wit It”, featuring Rick Ross, French Montana, Mally Mall, and Detail. The original version of this record appeared on French Montana’s Coke Boyz 4 mixtape, but the Future Music Group artist secured this re-worked version for himself. Track produced by Detail.
  • Early In The Morning
    Early In The Morning
    Ashanti is about to drop her comeback album, Braveheart on March 4th, but lets one more track go before we get to hear the project in full. 
  • Nobody
    Nobody
    Ricky Rozay started tweeting about an hour ago that a new Mastermind leak was coming shortly "Nobody" and true to his word, it's arrived. Despite there being no French Montana feature credit on the tracklist, French is on the hook on this one, which also has production from Diddy (who is executive producing the LP, as you may be aware).
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