Although Morocco-born rapper French Montana is in no rush to complete his debut album Excuse My French according to the rapper the project is shaping up to be quite the feature-filled album.

During his interview with Puna Blog, a Website based out of The Netherlands, French rattled down the list of guest appearances currently in the works for Excuse My French which he referred to as being “the big one.”

“For the simple fact that it’s an album I’m taking my time,” the rapper explained. “My mixtapes I take my time, but I never treated it like [an album]. My album is the big one. You got The Weeknd, you got Max B, you got Coke Boys, you got Kanye, Big Sean, you got Wiz Khalifa. You got a lot of features, Puff, Ross.”

Later in the interview French was asked which artist he’s enjoyed working with most and almost immediately named Maybach Music founder Rick Ross.

“My favorite to work with is, I would have to say Ross because he’s the best in the game right now,” said French in a video posted on You Heard That New. “It’s just us making records that was meant to be for mixtapes and become the biggest records like ‘Stay Schemin,’ ‘Straight Off The Boat,’ and records like that. It’s a blessing to work with somebody like that.”

Although a specific date for Excuse My French has yet to be announced the album is expected to be released this fall.

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