French Montana: Yes I Do

Karim Kharbouch, better known by his stage name French Montana is beating the streets with his new project. Last month French dropped "Yes I do" off his new project Chinx Drugz Posthumous Project.

Chinx Drugs was a fellow Coke Boy rapper and friend of French Montana. Chinx Drugs was gunned down and killed in 2015. French has expressed in many interviews that Chinx would be Top.5 in the rap game right now if he was still alive.

French dropped in on my show, Bulletproof Radio tonight (December 22) and we chopped it up on the current waves he's making in the game. French started by sharing his journey in life; which lead him to becoming a highly sought out talent as a rapper, producer, singer and all around music lover.

French shared that he is a immigrant from Morocco. His family came to the U.S. seeking better opportunities when he was 13 years old . Speaking no English, no money, his mother and younger brother toughed it out in New York City in the Bronx.

The Coke Boy Records Founder had a few bumps along the way but he stayed in the studio, finally listening to family and friends and got serious about his rap career. Plus he was on his last strike facing deportation if was to get into any more legal trouble.

Chinx Drugs was with French Montana in the studio every day. Chinx Drugs 6. mixtape was released on Chinx birthday December 6. earlier this month.

While French is putting his finishing touches on anticipated project due to release January 6, 2023 he is racking up on big humanitarian words. French raised over $200M for Ugandan Healthcare.

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