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FutureStarrMontana of 300
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Since releasing Fire in the Church, Montana has committed to releasing an album every year on May 20. The significance of the date is unknown. His third album, Don't Doubt the God, was released on May 20, 2017, and his fourth album, Pray 4 the Devil, was released on May 20, 2018, and his fifth album “A Gun In The Teacher’s Desk” on November 16, 2018, on May 20, 2019 Montana would later release his sixth album Views from the General's Helmet. On February 18, 2020 Montana would release his EP mixtape titled “A Cold Day In Hell”. Montana planned to end his solo career with his final album titled “Rap God” which was set to be released in May 20, 2020 but was postponed due the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2008, Montana, his friend from high school, Montelle Talley (known professionally as "Talley of 300"), as well as several others joined together to form the rap group "300". The name for the group was based on the movie of the same name, in which a group of 300 Spartans overcome more than 300,000 Persian Soldiers to hold on to their territory. Montana was particularly inspired by the line, "No Surrender, No Retreat, Only the hard, only the strong, Against all odds". (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
Montana Of 300: The actual name or the word God is a title. It’s not a name, it’s a title, to be the creator or the destroyer. I just remember being at different stages of my life where I felt like the only person messing with me in rap is Lil Wayne. Then I got better to the point where I don’t see nobody above me and making myself my only competition. I tried to match what I did in the past or surpass it.
Montana of 300 (no relation to Chief Keef) is an independent rapper from the South side of Chicago. Wearing a bandana underneath his rope like/twisted dreads and covered in tattoos, Montana’s YouTube presence has blown up, with his remixes of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” racking in almost 8 million views and “Chiraq” clocking almost 7 million views, to name a few. Often referred to as “Rap God,” Montana of 300 got his start back in 2008 when he named himself after the movie 300, adopting the movie’s underlying motif “No surrender, no retreat” as his own anthem. His latest project/album, Cursed with A Blessing, has been showing great numbers. Montana of 300 brings real lyricism, crazy creativity, and substance while keeping you hype. Known for his back-to-back flurries of mind-blowing metaphors, unforgettable quotes, inspirational stories of struggle and his aggression, Montana’s music is spreading fast, keeping the people talking and running to tell the next. Having gained over 35+ million YouTube views, he has proven time after time, that he can/will deliver and be effective every time. Being versatile and dropping hits like “Holy Ghost,” “Ice Cream Truck,” and “All I Ever Wanted,” he shows us that he’s way more than just another Chicago rapper. Even while working on his original music, Montana likes to stay in tune with his fans as well. Every once in a while, he let’s them have some control by picking what industry song he will remix next. He never fails to crush all the competition and his fans go nuts every time. Montana of 300 has been turning down record deals, saying he’s comfortable with how he’s doing while planning on staying independent. (Source: audibletreats.com)