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Published on July 20th, 2017 | by 00T456578754920


French Montana Jungle Rules

Moroccan-American Coke Boy rapper, French Montana @FrencHMonTanA  debuts his Sophomore album Jungle Rules.  The Bad Boy artist left his imprint on New York rap  entering the game in 2002.  His mix-tape efforts established a joint venture between MMG and Bad Boy Records.  Jungle Rules contains features from Swae Lee, Quavo, Future, T.I., and the late Chinx.  A South Bronx transplant, French Montana is one of the hottest rappers in the industry for an advanced hustle and sheik money.

No stranger to the concrete jungle, Jungle Rules lyrical content tote heavy musical knowledge from the Beatles to the Badmon, and good times.  Some bars are cryptic, as French gives insight in to his visions of death.  French released Wave Gods mix-tape in which he teamed with Max B.  Mac and Cheese 4 became the story of this album.  Originally scored as Montana’s Sophomore album, a leak forced him to push the content to the streets.  As a consummate pusher, French sheds light on relationships and his lavish lifestyle

Jungle Rules delivers his most successful single, in “Unforgettable” featuring Swae Lee.  The evolution of Montana since 2013 debut album, “Excuse My French,” is clear in the diverse trap tempos provided by producers like Scott Storch, Mike Will Made-It, Harry Fraud, and Ben Billions.  Today Montana, who also collaborated with Pharell on “Bring Dem Things” decided to make an appearance at Billionaire Boys Club on Mercer Street in New York signing albums from 6 pm to 8 pm.

The visuals for his newest single, “A Lie” including The Weeknd and street general Max B, of Dipset fame display an aray of beautiful women as SpiffTV illuminates New York City.  Max B established a partnership with Montana in 2009 during the Coke Wave series.  Subsequently Max B was incarcerated and is set for release in November of 2025.  However a digital distribution deal released his album in 2011, Vigilante Season.  Max B is credited with creating the wave, or “wavy” slang term.  “Whiskey Eyes” the intro track, resurrects slain Rockaway rapper Chinx Drugz, who was fatally gunned down in Queens, during the summer of 2015. Coke Boy Zack, Montana’s brother aside Chinx posthumous recordings keep the Coke Boys alive.  The Coke Boy President dropped mix-tape Here’s Half in 2016.

Jungle Rules has dance hall vibrations throughout the album.  French Montana honors his roots in a universal sound reminiscent of raw African drum beats.  He modifies his gritty street tales into global harmony.  Morocco is a country rich in Arabic influences and historic culture.  Just as New York City is a merging of street life and multiple cultures.  French Montana has elevated the game.  http://smarturl.it/JungleRules_DS…

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