French Montana Is Not Worried About Album Sales
"I don't make money off CDs. I do shows," French Montana says. He also talks about his son, who is on the "Excuse My French" album cover.
French Montana stopped by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's Power 99 recently to talk about his album, Excuse My French, and his child, who is on the cover. In the interview, Montana claimed that his "Ain't Worried About Nothin" mantra is real, even when it comes to record sales.
"Nah, not really," he said, when asked if he is worried about how his album sells. "Nah, I don't make money off CDs. I do shows. I do other things. So that don't bother me...It don't concern me because I'll keep working hard regardless. The only thing I was concerned about was having the right music. That's what's gon' live on forever."
Excuse My French's album cover features photographs of his son. When asked about his child, Montana expressed that he doesn't get to spend much time with him but added that he has plans to do so after he promotes this release.
"Not really," he said, regarding the time he gets to spend with his son. "But I'ma get to it soon as I'm done with this promo...We just went to Disney World. We just got back from Disney World. He loved it out there. We just chill and kick it. That's my little dog."
In the interview with Mina Say What, which can be seen below, Montana also explained that he would like to sign his child up for acting classes and that his son even calls him by his Rap name.
Earlier this month, HipHopDX's Bruce Smith awarded Excuse My French with a rating of 2.5/5. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album entered the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart by opening at number 1 with 56,000 copies sold in the first week.
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