French Montana takes over Dubai in Fraud music video
A decade ago, French Montana was the hottest rising artist in the game. At the time, French Montana was credited for putting New York hip hop back on the map. In 2011, French Montana began releasing songs on a near daily basis. That run saw French Montana release “Shot Caller,” which became a staple on Hot 97 and Power 105.1, in New York City. From there, French Montana had the attention of all of the major labels.
French Montana had the likes of Kanye West, Rick Ross, Jay-Z, Birdman, and Diddy trying to sign him to their labels. In the end, French Montana signed with Bad Boy Records. He made the announcement on “106 & Park.” When asked why he signed with Bad Boy, French Montana said he wanted to sign to a New York label. The summer of 2012 saw French score his first national hit, “Pop That.” However, his debut album didn’t come until a year later.
After what became a five year hiatus, French Montana returned with the biggest hit of his career. French would take another hiatus, before he truly came back. Recently, French Montana shared his Dubai vlog. It turns out, this was for his “Fraud” video.