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In an interview with Complex, French Montana revealed some more details about his upcoming album, "Excuse My French."

Previously, he had said that Lana Del Ray and Wiz Khalifa would be on the album. Not only that, but now we know they will be on the same song. You can add Mac Miller, Curren$y, Mase (which he hinted at), Movado and Fabolous to the list.

Specifically he mentioned a song with Diddy, Jeremiah (perhaps Jeremih?) and Fabolous and another song with Lil' Wayne and Ross, "Marble Floors." On the production end, Rico Love and Harry Fraud.

Complex has been releasing a number of interviews with Montana recently, including his 10 lessons learned from being a Coke boy, the first thing he bought when he got rich and his thoughts on the word "fanute," a term he popularized.

One of the 10 lessons he shared was that beef is bad for business. Expanding on that, he referenced the 50 Cent and Rick Ross beef and how it hurt 50 Cent and helped Rick Ross.

How did you get all these people? You seem to be able to secure a lot of relationships.
Iím the underdog and everybody wants the underdog to win. I feel like people have seen where I come from. When you come around me, itís not fake, itís the real. I guess a lot of people you be around, itís not really them. Itís their man thatís sitting next to them, whispering in his ear every two minutes, telling him what to do.

You know if you follow our history youíll know itís like, from when we started until now, weíve been good. Weíre not the hottest, weíre not number one, but guess what? Everyday that goes by, we getting bigger and bigger. So I would rather do that, then come in and have a short run. Iíd rather have a Cash Money run. Not to say that in a bad way, but 50 Cent could have been a lot bigger.

Of course. I feel like beef hurt him. I feel like it helped Ross unite people. Thatís why Maybach Music is one of the biggest labels. It just makes sense.

Do you think Ross will have a longer run than 50 did?
Of course, Ross is on his fifth album. And like I said, heís only getting bigger. This is going to be Rossí first platinum album. He never went platinum. So when 50 came up, 50 sold 10 million. Then after his first album he just kept on going down. You think 50 could come out and sell 10 million now?