French Montana Announces "Coke Boys 5" & Chinx Drugz Posthumous Project

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French Montana has some new heat coming, and he says we can expect "Coke Boys 5" in a few weeks and Chinx Drugz's posthumous project soon.

Aside from kicking up dust with Young Thug, French Montana recently spoke with Nick Cannon about new music. The Florida-based rapper has been stirring the pot with the YSL Records boss and even got into a brief back and forth with the Atlanta rapper earlier today (May 15). French took some time away from his trolling to speak with Cannon about the music plans he has lined up, including another Coke Boys project and a posthumous album from Chinx Drugz.

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French Montana told Cannon that fans can look forward to his "That's a Fact" remix along with Coke Boys 5. "Me and Durk, you know we got Lil Wayne on there," he revealed. "A bunch of people on there man, so I'm looking forward to that. Max B. Chinx Drugz. I just finished up Chinx Drugz's album. That's a beautiful thing for me."

Back in 2015, Chinx lost his life in a drive-by shooting. He was found riddled with bullets while sitting inside of a car in Queens, New York. He was only 31-years-old. Two men suspected of committing the crime have reportedly been taken into custody. "When people hear it, they're gonna see how talented my boy was," French said. "It's sad for brothers like, like Pop Smoke...they casket closed when they door opened and it's a sad situation." Watch French Montana chop it up with Nick Cannon below.

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