Brooklyn's GASHI comes through with a hook-filled, Afropop-inflected jam for the late summer called "Creep On Me.” Dancing above a syncopated instrumental with a smoothly rhythmic vocal, GASHI describes the process of falling head over heels in love with someone who shows affection in private but plays hard to get in public. Produced by Cirkut, with an appearance from French Montana and additional production [Read More]
Returning for its fourth year, the Billboard Hot 100 Festival is joining the long list of summer festivals ready to take all of our money. Taking place at The Grounds at Jones Beach Theater in New York, Billboard has enlisted the hottest artists in music to make an appearance on to the festival stage. Headlining this year's festivities are hip-hop acts [Read More]
UK singer/rapper Stefflon Don continue to garner new fans and rise up the star ladder. Her latest offering, "Hurtin' Me," spotlights her gritty, grime-based bars and Jamaican patois-tinged vocals.
Keyshia Cole takes a page from the movie Diary Of A Mad Black Woman in her video for "You" featuring Remy Ma and French Montana.
Keyshia Cole has returned to the scene, and she isn't playing! Last week, she dropped a new single "You" featuring French Montana and Remy Ma, and just last night, she's already hit the late night circuit on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote and perform the single.
On December 3rd, Hot 97 presented the annual Hot for the Holidays concert at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Numerous acts performed for the one-night-only event, including headliner and legend Usher, Travis Scott, T.I, Young Thug, Flex & Friends ft. Fat Joe and Remy Ma, French Montana, Young M.A, Lil Yachty, Jidenna, Joey Bada$$, and Kehlani.
French Montana releases the fourth installment of his Coke Boys mixtape series, an 18-track collection featuring Frenchâs crew the Coke Boys, Chinx Drugz, and Lil Durk
As a lead up to the Coke Boys 4 mixtape, which drops today (Jan.1), French Montana supplies listeners with "All For You," featuring Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg
French Montana drops a visual for âOnce in a While,â a record from his debut solo album, Excuse My French, featuring incarcerated rapper Max B.
French Montana is feeling like a king with tiger cubs in the music video for his The Weeknd-assisted single "Gifted."