French Montana Says That His Drake-Produced Documentary Is Ready

French Montana Says That His Drake-Produced Documentary Is Ready

The autobiographical documentary about French Montana, executive produced by Drake, is ready and will give fans a glimpse into his experience as an immigrant.

The rapper recently appeared on “Hotboxing” with Mike Tyson, where he talked about his most recent project. He provided Tyson and Angie Martinez with a summary of the project, but he didn’t say when or where the movie will be published.

“It’s called For Khadija, that’s for my mother,” the rapper born Karim Kharbouch explained. “You know she came out here and sacrificed for us.” My father had left and she stayed, and she helped me become who I became, so I dedicated it to her. Drake is executive producing it.

French continued: “It’s a real immigrant story, coming from Africa – I’m from Morocco – to the Hip-Hop culture in the Bronx and really just being in culture shock. Not knowing English when I was 13 when I came, and just taking it from there.”

Born in Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, French initially began his career by making street DVDs of his work and released his first of many mixtapes, “French Revolution Vol. 1’ in 2007.

After years of independent material, he signed a joint-venture record deal with Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Records and Rick Ross’s Maybach Music Group in 2012. His first studio album, Excuse My French, debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 in 2013.

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