Bad Boy Entertainment’s French Montana is not letting his delayed MC4 album delay bring him down. Instead, the New York native has treated fans to some new music off the upcoming release.
French unleashed new songs “XPlicit,” “Have Mercy” and “2 Times” Friday (September 2) through streaming giant Apple Music.
Last month, mega retailer Target prematurely released French’s new album.
I went to a Target to purchase Tory Lanez‘ new album I Told You and sitting right next to the album was MC4. I went to the self-checkout and had to receive customer assistance. The employee that came to fix the issue knew the album was pushed back and didn’t allow me to purchase it. After the fact, I contacted another Target employee that I know and he revealed that it is possible to purchase the album despite the pushback. It just depends on the employee you are dealing with. (Fashionably Early)
— matt albin (@malbin34) August 19, 2016
In mid-August, French announced his album’s unexpected setback.
Initial plans were for the follow-up to 2013’s Excuse My French to arrive last month.
Lead by the singles “Figure It Out” featuring Kanye West and Nas & “Lock Jaw” with Kodak Black, MC4 will hit stores on August 19 via Sony/Bad Boy Entertainment. The 14-track album is available for pre-order on iTunes, where a flashy Montana wears a lot of gold chains, as his pet monkey Julius Caesar sits on his shoulder. MC4 will feature guest appearances by Drake, Miguel, The LOX, and Beanie Sigel. (Miss Info TV)