French Montana Turns The Heat Up At iHeartRadio Music Festival
By Peyton Blakemore
September 21, 2019
French Montana had all of Las Vegas yelling his signature “haan.”
To kick-off night one of iHeartRadio Music Festival on Frida (September 20), the 34-year-old rapper performed a number of his fan-favorite hits. French came out the gate with a banger, beginning his set with "Intro," before transitioning into “Work,” “Shot Caller,” then “All the Way Up,” and “Loyal.”
Bringing the crowd to its feet, the "Choppa Choppa Down" rapper went into the second half of his set full of energy performing “Ain’t Worried About Nothin,” and “Unforgettable.”
To close out his performance, French gifted fans a few of his classics, including “Ocho Cinco,” “Pop That,” and one of his latest tracks “No Stylist."
During his exclusive iHeartRadio LIVE show last month, French discussed his upcoming album and revealed details about his next single. "I'm dropping this album on my birthday [November 9]," he told Power 105.1's Angie Martinez. "I just feel like it's that time [...] I gotta support my people. I gotta drop that music."
French went on to reveal that the project, like his previous albums, will be packed with features from some of the hottest artists in the game. He added, fans won't have to wait long before getting a taste of some of the music.
"I'm happy about having Cardi B on the album. Shoutout to Cardi B and Post Malone on my next single," he announced. "I gotta Gunna on the next album. I got a lot of people. What I'm so proud about is having my brother Chinx and Max B on the album, so that's the wave I wanted to catch."
If you missed any part of the weekend, we've got you covered. Fans can re-live all of the epic performances and collaborations by tuning in to a televised special on The CW Network at 8pm ET/PT. And leading up to the official television special, The CW will also air an hour-long Best Of Special on Sunday, September 29th at 8 p.m. ET/PT taking a look back on all of the most iconic moments from the festival in its nine year history.
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