This past Monday, French Montana became the newest artist represented by Debra Antney and Mizay Entertainment.

“As far as management, she got it down pat,” French told “She got everything that I need, and I got everything that she need—as far as the East Coast market, the Tri-State. Deb’s never had nobody from the East Coast, besides Nicki [Minaj].”

The Bronx-bred spitter, who appeared as a featured guest on Waka Flocka's album, said he first met Antney, who is Flockaveli's mom, at a nightclub in New York a few months back. He had high praises for her work. “That woman is like a label by herself," he said. "She just work. Being the person that I am, that I work just as hard as her, it’ll make it a whole lot easier.”

As previously reported, Antney recently reunited with star client Gucci Mane. In addition to the ATLien she also reps OJ Da Juiceman and up-and-coming star producer Lex Lugor ( who is responsible for Rick Ross's hits "B.M.F." and "MC Hammer").

In addition to whatever new ventures come from this partnership, the Konvict Muzik signee already has a handful of projects in the works, including an album with Akon. He is also currently putting the finishing touches on a collaborative album with Three 6 Mafia, due out in the first quarter of 2011, and his solo album, Excuse My French, which he hopes to have out by next summer. —Adam Fleischer