French Montana is argubly one of the hottest rappers in the game right now. Fresh off the release of the music video for his “Shot Caller (Remix),” the New York rapper’s release date for his Bad Boy Record debut has been announced.
Eyeing a summer release, French’s executive producer Rick Ross announced to his fans on Twitter on Sunday evening (February 26) that the rapper’s debut, Excuse My French, will drop in July.
“@FrenchMontana Debut Album #ExclusiveMyFrench InStores July 17,” Rozay tweeted (@RickyRozay).
French Montana previously revealed that the Miami hip-hop star’s Maybach Music Group was his first choice after Bad Boy Records for a record deal, which is why he has named Rozay executive producer of the LP.
“I love MMG,” the rapper explained. “If I wasn’t going with Bad Boy, I definitely would have gone with MMG.
“That’s why I had to make Ross executive producer on my album. Me and him got the same vibe. He’s definitely been involved with everything I’ve been doing, giving me some good advice, and helping me out. You always need a mentor.”
So there you have it, Excuse My French, out July 17.