French Montana has been steadily promoting his debut studio album, "Excuse My French," since Rick Ross revealed the album's release date on Feb. 26. But fans will have to wait longer than its initial day of release of July 17. Yesterday (June 15), a rep for French Montana confirmed to Billboard's The Juice that "Excuse My French" will be released in early fall.
"I'm still working on a couple of the last pieces so I'm not really rushing it," French told The Juice. Although his full-length opus is "halfway done," French admits hitting the road on Drake's Club Paradise tour interrupted the recording process. "This tour set me back," he continued.
Album delay aside, French continues to dominate the charts and streets with club anthems, such as his latest, "Pop That," featuring Lil Wayne, Drizzy and Ross.