French Montana's "Excuse My French" Album Pushed Back To Fall

French Montana's debut will no longer hit stores in July.

French Montana was originally gearing up for a July 17 release for his debut album, Excuse My French.

Now, the rapper will have to wait until early Fall to drop the record, says a rep.

"I'm still working on a couple of the last pieces so I'm not really rushing it," said French of the record to Billboard.com.

He added that taking part in Drake's "Club Paradise" tour played a role in the delay. "The tour set me back," he admitted.

The rapper has worked with Travis Barker, The Weeknd, Kanye West, Diddy, and Rick Ross on the project, among others.

No specific release date has been given.

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