French Montana’s Debut Pushed Back To Fall
After months of anticipation, Bronx, New York rapper French Montana has revealed that his debut studio album has been delayed.
French’s album Excuse My French was due to hit stores on July 17.
On Friday (June 15), French confirmed to Billboard that the album was now due in stores this Fall.
“I’m still working on a couple of the last pieces so I’m not really rushing it,” French told Billboard.
French revealed the reason for the album’s delay was his involvement with Drake’s “Club Paradise” tour.
In related French Montana news, the rapper suffered a setback on his way to a press-date for the “Club Paradise” tour over the weekend.
The rapper shredded the front tire of his expensive Rolls-Royce Ghost, leaving him stranded on a New Jersey corner, as he waited for automotive assistance.
A luxury SUV of eventually came and picked up French and transported him to the date, while his manager stayed behind with the pricey vehicle and it’s valuables.