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Karim Kharbouch (born November 9th, 1984), better known by his stage name French Montana, is a Moroccan-American rapper.
Why He Sucks
- His music is bland.
- His rapping is awful and his songs are nonsensical.
- His voice is boring and uninteresting.
- He uses way too much auto tune to the point where he sounds absolutely nothing like his real life self.
- He ruins songs that he's featured on including East Coast REMIX which was such a good song.
- In the songs "Welcome To The Party" and "Slide", Lil Pump and Blueface both end up outshining him. In fact, he always gets bodied by the features, regardless of how bad they are.
- He has no solo hits, all his hits are hits because of the featured artist.
- His rhymes are very boring and simple.
- He is so bad, even Kodak Black, who is terrible artist, was managed to save his song.
- His lyrics are stupid and usually make little to no sense. (ex. “If you a star, I’m a whole planet” from his song, "Don’t Panic".)
- He said he has more hits than Kendrick Lamar, he also got into a beef with Young Thug because of it.
- His ad-libs are decent.
- He has made a few good songs like "Pop That", "Unforgettable" and "No Stylist" (however "Unforgettable" was only good because of Swae Lee).
- He used the money gained by the streams of "Unforgettable" to build a hospital in Uganda.
- Excuse My French (2013)
- Jungle Rules (2017)
- Montana (2019)
- French Revolution Vol. 1 (2007)
- Live from Africa (2008)
- The Laundry Man (2009)
- Mac Wit Da Cheese (2009)
- The Laundry Man 2 (2009)
- Mac & Cheese 2 (2010)
- Mister 16: Casino Life (2011)
- Mac & Cheese 3 (2012)
- Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend (2015)
- Wave Gods (2016)
- Mac & Cheese 4 (2016)
- Coke Wave (with Max B) (2009)
- Cocaine Konvicts (with DJ Drama) (2009)
- Coke Wave 2 (with Max B) (2009)
- Coke Boys (with Coke Boys) (2010)
- Coke Boys 2 (with Coke Boys) (2011)
- Lock Out (with Waka Flocka Flame) (2011)
- Cocaine Mafia (with Juicy J and Project Pat) (2011)
- Coke Boys 3 (with Coke Boys) (2012)
- Coke Boys 4 (with Coke Boys) (2014)
- The Appetizer (with Harry Fraud) (2014)
- Coke Zoo (with Fetty Wap) (2015)
- Coke Wave 4 (with Max B) (2019)