French Montana Says Kanye's New Album Will "Change the World"
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The rapper stopped by Beats 1 for an interview with Zane Low.
French Montana shared a Kanye West music update with the world.
The “Slide” rapper stopped by Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio for an interview with Zane Lowe this week to talk about his recent tracks, his forthcoming albums, and more.
During the interview French talked about meeting with Kanye West recently and discussed his new project. It’s unclear if that project will be the long-delayed Yandhi album.
“He’s working on something that’s so crazy. I think he’s working on something bigger than music,” French said. “When I went to go see him, he showed me something that was so crazy. But, that’s what make people like him stand out, because he always think outside the box… He’s special, man.”
He continues, “You know what I love about him? He don’t do things for the money. I mean he do it because the culture we’re in… But I don’t think he do stuff for the money. You could tell, because you could see him on TMZ talking about he in debt 56 million. I just see that he’s trying to do something that’s going to change the world. Whether it’s something to help the people, or something like… I feel like he’s going to touch something that’s going to change everybody’s life.”
French also revealed that he and Max B worked on another Coke Wave album that is slated to drop in the near future.
He also spoke on meeting with Kim Kardashian, saying, “Me and Kim was talking about getting Max B home from jail. ‘Cause she’s doing the whole thing with …. So, like for her to even reach out and do that I felt like that was powerful.”
Watch a clip of the interview above.