French Montana Unveils 'Sanctuary' Music Video
Moroccan rapper French Montana has dropped the music video to his track "Sanctuary", a cut from his mixtape "Mac and Cheese 3" released in November last year. Right off the bat, he used the clip to announce the April 16 release of his forthcoming album, "Excuse My French", which he will support with an identically-titled nationwide tour.
Reknown hip-hop music video director Eif Rivera held the reigns for the Black Metaphor produced-track's five-and-a-half-minute clip which features a cameo by DJ Khaled. In the new video, Montana sports a hooded mink, sunglasses, and lots of bling as he busts his rhymes in his crib. "Sanctuary" is touted as one of highlight cuts in Montana's latest mixtape.
For "Excuse My French", Montana will release his single "Marble Floors" featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, and "Freaks" featuring "American Idol" judge Nicki Minaj. He also plans to release another mixtape entitled "Medusa", with fellow rapper Future.
Montana is the founder of Cocaine City Records and the group Coke Boyz. He went into a joint venture recording deal with Ross' Maybach Music Group and Bad Boy Records.
Last year, Montana started a feud with superstar rapper and entrepreneur 50 Cent and they continued to trade insults over social networking site Twitter. He has challenged 50 Cent to album sales race, pitting his "Excuse My French" with 50 Cent's "Street King Immortal".
French Montana's "Sanctuary" Music Video
More French Montana News
- Priscilla Presley's Taking Care of Lisa Marie Presley's Twin Girls Amid Nasty Custody Battle
- Pregnant Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Covers Baby Bump in Trench Coat on Lunch Date With Jason Statham
- Fergie Shows Off Pert Derriere in Cheeky Instagram Picture
- George Clooney Finally Opens Up About Amal's Pregnancy
- Adele Named Top Music Legend of the Future
- Taron Egerton Is Seen Filming 'Robin Hood: Origins' in Croatia
- Possible 'Jurassic World 2' Plot Details Revealed
- 'Sherlock' Could Get Axed, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's Busy Schedules Are to Blame