The Hustle After Party: French Montana

Last week French Montana started the party with his new turn-up anthem for the streets "Ain't Worried Bout Nothin'" off his new album 'Excuse My French.' The hypnotizing chorus had the crowd carefree and screaming "I ain't worried bout nothing!" and bopping to the beat. Hands were in the air and everyone was yelling and repeating French's signature ad-lib "Haaaaaan!":
 
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After the performance DJ Dilemma kept the party going with some hip-hop dancers performing their dance routine in synchronization:
 
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Nick Diamond and the team joined French Montana reppin Coke Boys, on the couch and answered a few questions on being some of the leaders in the streetwear industry. Diamond Supply has seen much success since its inception in 2005 and is now looked at as one of the brands that are driving the culture:
 
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Bonsu Thompson of Vibe Magazine was also in the house joining the conversation on fashion and industry:
 
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Rigo Morales aka “Riggs” of Atlantic records and French Montana’s manager Gaby were somewhere in the crowd talking and catching up on some business. Riggs was on set answering questions about certain situations AnR’s have to deal with when artists get themselves into some trouble:
 
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Mario came to the after party and talked about his new record with Nicki Minaj "Somebody Else." He expressed how talented she was lyrically, almost making him go back and re-do his verse to the song:
 
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Roc Nation artist Bridget Kelly also joined us on the couch for some fun and answered some questions about her new album "Something Different.":
 
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At the end of a great night French Montana definitely wasn't worried about nothing as he got back into his Rolls-Royce and rolled off to his next destination.
 
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