When DJ Khaled yells, "We the best," he doesn't only mean himself and his crew, he's also referring to his beloved Miami Heat team. At least that's the way it sounded when he visited ESPN's 'First Take' this week.
Whenever DJ Khaled releases a new song it’s always an event. The super A&R/producer enlisted the lyrical help of Jay Z, Rick Ross, Meek Mill and French Montana for his new single, 'They Don’t Love You No More.' The tune serves as the lead single for Khaled’s eighth studio effort, 'I’ve Changed a Lot.'
It looks like DJ Khaled is suffering from dehydration. The rap mogul was hospitalized Saturday night (Nov. 16) for unknown reasons. The Miami DJ posted a photo of himself on Instagram laying on a hospital gurney with an IV in his arm.
DJ Khaled's 'Suffering From Success' is dropping next week and the tracks have been coming a plenty recently. The past couple of days saw the release of 'I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie' (which angered Mase), 'I'm Still' and 'You Don't Want These Problems' -- which even you may have a credit on.
Another day, another guest-heavy cut from DJ Khaled's upcoming album, 'Suffering From Success.' Not just another indistinguishable street banger that'll get lost in a sea of indistinguishable street bangers, 'Never Surrender' is the early (or is that late?) standout off the project.
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