CNN African Voices Changemakers showcases MC French Montana
By Trek Africa Newspaper
Cable News Network’s programme, African Voices Changemakers sponsored by Globacom this week returns with focus on Moroccan-American hip-hop artiste, M.C French Montana.
Born on November 9, 1984 Karim Kharbouch popularly known as MC French Montana, is a wonderful rapper who has to this point garnered forty one platinum singles to his credit score in his thriving career.
In 1997, the 38-year-vintage movie star emigrated along with his own circle of relatives to the US. He later founded two recording companies, Cocaine City Records and Coke Boys Records.
By 2012, he signed a joint-venture record deal with Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Records and Rick Ross’s Maybach Music Group. “Quarter to Eight”, his hit track began series of many collaborations with Rick Ross who’s additionally a mythical musical artiste.
He was nominated for numerous awards which includes the Best Club Banger Award at BET Hip Hop Awards in 2013 and also, in 2016, in the Best Rap Song Category and for the Best Rap Performance on the Grammy Awards in 2017.
Viewers can watch the 30-minute programme on DSTV Channel 401 on Saturday at 2:00p.m with repeat variations on Sunday at 4.30a.m and 7.30p.m. It will once more be repeated subsequent Saturday at 12.30p.m, 4.30a.m and Sunday at 7.30p.m.