French Montana is completing his comeback.

After the disillusionment of having MC4, his previous album, leaked two months before its release date, French has returned with a brand-new collection of songs called Jungle Rules. It will feature "Unforgettable," his runaway smash hit, as well as collaborations with The Weeknd, Travis Scott and many others.

In a new interview with Billboard, French Montana chatted about a variety of topics, including Jay-Z calling the money phone trend corny on 4:44. "I feel like JAY-Z is talking from a grown man perspective, you know? A lot of people follow what he says [...] You gotta respect that man for living through so many generations and still being able to make music that's powerful."

He also touched on his recent trip to Morocco, which he called "amazing." He said that "They told me it was 30,000, but it was really 50,000 people that came out for me with no opening act. No headliners. I feel like it was blessing. I feel like a hometown hero."