Following Her Grammy Triumph, French Montana Expresses His Admiration For Doja Cat, Saying, ‘She Works Very Hard’
He sent Doja Cat flowers after she enjoyed the Grammys. French, 37, chatted exclusively to HollywoodLife at a Canada Dry-sponsored video launch event for his new song “Big Comfy.” French, 37, spoke to HollywoodLife after Doja, 26, won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Kiss Me More.” “Handstand” co-worker Doja was on French’s 2021 album, They Got Amnesia. “Doja is my favourite,” said French. “Well done.” She toils hard.
Doja and French’s efforts have paid off. The latter is celebrating “big steppin’ in your slippers” with Canada Dry. “Big Comfy” is a French song about enjoying life while at home. In the video, French describes “Big Comfort” as “playing computer games and watching cartoons” with “just the volume turned up.” This song is for loners. It’s the new anthem for stay-at-home parents.
Frances French on “Big Comfy” and the new Canada Dry deal: “I love it.” Treat your home like a club when it comes to comfort. French, like a club, has a place for his close friends and family to meet. His brother Ayoub Kharbouch also appears in the video.
French’s latest song is about relaxing, although he has been busy. Half a year after “They Got Amnesia,” “Big Comfy” arrives. John Legend, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Fivio Foreign, Pop Smoke, and Lil Durk all made cameos on his fourth studio album. Doja Cat was on the record with Saweeti. He won’t rest on his laurels, he says HollywoodLife. His record won’t be released this year. “I’m abandoning my film.” I’ve been busy working for [record producer] Harry Fraud. Everyone yell.
“My life coming from Africa to the Bronx with my mum,” France replied. Karim Kharbouch moved to America with his family in the late 1990s. His wife and son currently live in France. It will focus on his early life and how he “started my career,” he claims. Fans will have to remain toasty with some Canada Dry until the record and movie come out.
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