French Montana released a remix of “Famous” with Adam Levine on Monday (Aug. 27) in an effort to raise money for the Suubi “Hope” Health Center in Uganda. To help MAMA HOPE, the organization Montana has worked with to rebuild the hospital, 100% of French’s portion of publishing is going to charity.
“I’m excited to be on this song with French and have the proceeds go to something so special and that’s really making a difference,” Levine said in a press release about the hospital rebuilding. The completion of Suubi “Hope” Health Center will allow the hospital to expand construction, give residents access to water and provide health access to 58 villages with a population of more than 450,000 people.
The rebuilding of the hospital is one of Montana’s many humanitarian efforts, as the rapper previously partnered up with MAMA HOPE and Global Citizen to create the #Unforgettable healthcare campaign, which raised $500,000 in proceeds to build prenatal care clinics, birth houses and buy an ambulance, also in Uganda.
Check out the video, which features the early building stages of the Suubi “Hope” Health Center and Ugandan dancers Triple Ghetto Kids, below.
Met these legendary kids 2 years ago! I flew almost 30 hours to Africa. They were dancing on the street when I met them like any kid w/ dreams & hope!
Sometimes GOD blesses you to bless other people.
— French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) August 27, 2018