French Montana Shatters Records To Become The Most Streamed African Artist In History

The Shade Room has officially announced that French Montana just became the most streamed African Born artist in history bringing in over 40 billion streams. Montana started making music when he was just a teenager and released his first album in 2007 titled ” The French Connection.”

Throughout his career, the hip-hop artist collaborated with big-names within the music industry like Drake, Justin Bieber, Swae Lee, and Kodak Black. With undeniable success, Montana’s name became big in the industry as he produced a number of hits like “Unforgettable” and “Higher.”

The artist was born in Morocco and goes by the name “Karim Kharbouch.” He later moved to the United States in 2002 and was raised in New York.

The thing that sets Montana apart from other hip-hop artists is his distinctive approach, which enables him to connect with a variety of audiences. His ability to write catchy lyrics for his music that relate to his own life experiences makes it interesting and relevant. Apart from his musical career, the Moroccan-born artist is also known for his philanthropic work where he has partnered with several charities to help raise money and awareness for important causes over the years.

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