DJ Khaled is set to join JAY-Z and Beyoncé's On The Run II tour,. The tour starts this month in the U.K,, but will head to the states in July, where Khaled will join them.

Khaled has long been a fan of Jay and Bey, and talked to XXL about his first trek with Beyoncé on her Formation tour, as well as what it's like to work with the dynamic pair.

"That’s Jay Z and Beyoncé, it’s the biggest artists in the game, but you actually see them be a mother and father and [give] so much love to their daughter, and nothing else matters but their family," Khaled said. "I love that and got to see that and it was inspiring. Jigga always told me, 'Wait ’til you have your kid. You think you great now, you gonna be greater.' I’m experiencing that and I just love that."

Beyond the tour, Khaled is prepped to have a busy summer. He's also slated to release his 11th studio album, Father Of Asad, which will feature the Bey and Jay single released back in March, "Top Off."

Lately, he's been busy with his hands in Hollywood. He'll kick off the second season of Fox's The Four with Diddy on June 7, and also recently appeared on the Wrinkle In Time soundtrack.

As for OTRII, the North American leg begins on July 25 in Cleveland. Check out the dates below.

July 25—Cleveland, Ohio—FirstEnergy Stadium
July 28—Washington, D.C.—FedEx Field
July 30—Philadelphia, Pa.—Lincoln Financial Field
Aug. 2—E. Rutherford, N.J.—MetLife Stadium
Aug. 5—Boston, Mass.—Gillette Stadium
Aug. 8—Minneapolis, Minn.—US Bank Stadium
Aug. 10—Chicago, Ill.—Soldier Field On sale March 19
Aug. 13—Detroit, Mich.—Ford Field On sale March 19
Aug. 18—Buffalo, N.Y.—New Era Field
Aug. 23 Nashville, Tenn.—Vanderbilt Stadium
Aug. 25—Atlanta, Ga.—Mercedes Benz Stadium
Aug. 29—Orlando, Fla.—Camping World Stadium
Aug. 31—Miami, Fla.—Hard Rock Stadium
Sept. 11—Arlington, Texas—AT&T Stadium
Sept. 13—New Orleans, La.—Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Sept. 15—Houston, Texas—NRG Stadium
Sept. 19—Phoenix, Ariz.—University of Phoenix Stadium
Sept. 22—Los Angeles, Calif.—Rose Bowl
Sept. 27—San Diego, Calif.—SDCCU Stadium
Sept. 29—Santa Clara, Calif.—Levi’s Stadium
Oct. 2—Vancouver, B.C.—BC Place

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