French Montana gives update on ‘Coke Boys 5’ mixtape
The project is coming sooner than later.
French Montana has an update on his highly-anticipated Coke Boys 5 mixtape.
During an interview with Los Angeles’ Power 106, French dished on his mixtape series, adding that the next installment will be released sooner than later. “We got the Coke Boys 5 coming out,” French said. “Me and [Lil Durk]. We got Lil Wayne on there. We got a bunch of people on there. Max B, Chinx Drugz.”
Elsewhere during the conversation, French also revealed that he finished working on Chinx’s posthumous album. The upcoming project will be released on the late rapper’s birthday, Dec. 4. “I got to do it for my dog,” French said of Chinx. “That s—t sounds crazy. When people hear it they’re gonna see how talented my boy was. It’s sad for brothers like him, like Pop Smoke, that their casket closed when their door opened. It’s a sad situation.”
Back in May 2015, the “Hey Fool” rhymer was fatally shot and killed. A few months following his death, Chinx’s team released his debut, posthumous album, Welcome to JFK. “His legacy will always live through me,” French said during an interview with Complex that same year. “We got a lot in store for Chinx’s legacy—music is just the beginning, so whenever you see me, you see Chinx. It’s just sad how the streets don’t want you to win, even when you’re a humble dude out here pointing people in the right direction. I got Chinx for life. He will forever be the No. 1 Coke Boy.”
More recently, French showed off the plaque he earned for his latest album, Montana, which moved 578,000 units in the first week of its debut. “MY LAST ALBUM FIRST WEEK!” he wrote alongside a video of himself holding the award.
Take a look at French Montana’s interview below. Are you looking forward to Coke Boys 5?
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