Excuse My French (Deluxe Edition) mp3 Album by French Montana

Excuse My French (Deluxe Edition)by French Montana

  • 19 Tracks
  • 256 kbps
  • 1:19:20


1.Once In a While (feat. Max B)4:48
2.Trap House (feat. Birdman & Rick Ross)4:25
3.Ain't Worried About Nothin'3:32
4.Paranoid (feat. Young Cash)4:28
5.When I Want3:39
6.Fuck What Happens Tonight (feat. DJ Khaled, Mavado, Ace Hood, Snoop Dogg & Scarface)5:27
7.Gifted (feat. The Weeknd)4:09
8.Ballin' Out (feat. Jeremih & Diddy)4:25
9.I Told Em4:22
10.Pop That (feat. Rick Ross, Drake & Lil Wayne)5:04
11.Freaks (feat. Nicki Minaj)3:02
12.We Go Where Ever We Want (feat. Ne-Yo & Raekwon)4:18
13.Bust It Open3:28
14.Drink Freely (feat. Rico Love)4:08
15.Throw It In the Bag (feat. Chinx Drugz)5:06
16.Marble Floors (feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz)3:51
17.Ocho Cinco (feat. MGK, Los, Red Cafe & Diddy)4:06
18.40 (feat. Trey Songz & Fabolous)4:12
19.If I Die2:50
Mr. music listener
French Montana finally releases a studio album in 2013, but with production so trendy yet modern and flows catchy like nursery rhymes, you can conclude that French Montana has released on of the superior albums of 2013, with respect to what the rap industry has become. Still though, the album is full of incredibly simple lyrics and almost no real message. Off the gate French leads with his foundation, on once in a while, featuring Max B, he reminds fans of his origins and identity as he remains true to his 'bx' roots w/ appreciation to his 'homie' Max B. Max opens up on the track as he appears to be prerecorded from a phone in prison, while serving a seventy five year sentence. The former rapper confirmed his faith in French montana, and shares that he foresaw the success French Montana would have in the rap game. A simple but descent sounding album. If you really want a great 2013 album, I'd recommend Lecrae instead. God Bless.