It's French Montana's Birthday!!
French is the founder of Coke Boys Records and signed a joint-venture record deal with Bad Boy Records and Maybach Music Group in 2012.
Montana released his debut mixtape in 2007 with his first breakthrough single "Choppa Choppa Down" in 2010. He released his debut studio Excuse My French in 2013, but his second album, Jungle Rules, is the one that peaked at number three on the Billboard 200. Supported by the single "Unforgettable" (featuring Swae Lee), it was Montana's only song to reach the top 10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.
His song "Shot Caller" would gain traction on New York radio in 2011, and with Fat Joe's, help hit the national the airwaves. French would join Rick Ross on the track "Stay Schemin" with Drake, and the track became one of the biggest hits of the year. Montana would follow with "Pop That" featuring Ross, Drake and Lil Wayne, and would be French's most successful single, going platinum and peaking at #2 on Billboard's Hot R&B and Rap charts and #36 on the Hot 100.
French celebrated his recent birthday by announcing the sixth installment of his Coke Boys mixtape series is set to arrive and shared a visualizer for Coke Boys 6: Money Heist Edition.