Listen, no disrespect to anybody else on this song but fast forward to the three-minute mark and listen to Jay-Z go off. “God Did” from DJ Khaled’s album of the same name features Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, John Legend and Fridayy. But it’s all about what Hov did.
There have been a few Nas and Jay-Z collaborations in the past but DJ Khaled brings the OGs together for his Khaled Khaled album for the song “Sorry Not Sorry.” Where does this rank on your list of collaborations between the two.
There aren’t too many more words that can be said about Nipsey Hussle and his impact on the culture before his untimely departure. One of the final videos he shot before his death finds Neighborhood Nip alongside John Legend on the gospel-inspired “Higher” from DJ Khaled’s album Father of Asahad.
Well, we all know that DJ Khaled is the guy that calls everyone you know to put them on a song. This time, Khaled brings along Jay-Z, Future and a rhyming Beyonce for the song “Top Off.”
Shortly after the BET Awards, DJ Khaled unleashed the video for his collaboration with Nas and Travis Scott titled “It’s Secured.” But we still want to know when that Das album is coming out.
It’s the return of Ox from “Belly” as the video for DJ Khaled & Nas’ “Nas Album Done” finds the duo doing all things luxurious.
DJ Khaled teased that Kendrick Lamar was going to have one of the most talked about verses after he dropped “Holy Key” alongside Big Sean. The last time Sean and K Dot were on a song together we got “Control.” This is a little different angle but the result is as dope as one would expect.
The sniper shooting from Jay Z continues as he flexes alongside DJ Khaled and Future on “Got The Keys.”
Did you know that Nas and Biggie almost ended up collaborating for a remix to “Gimme The Loot?”
Let that sink in for a minute…
In an interview with DJ Khaled, Nas revealed that he and the Notorious B.I.G. were in the studio working on a remix to “Gimme The Loot” when marijuana ended up undoing it all.
“He wanted to get me on Ready To Die, and by the time I finished my first joint that was already out. He was trying to get me on Ready To Die, and it never happened. So he wanted to do the ‘Gimme The Loot’ remix,” said Nas. “He put up the beat, and I started writing. But he started smoking.”
Esco continued, “He had some of that chocolate. He lit some of that up, and it was late. We’re lit. I’m like, ‘I ain’t got nothing. This is over today.’”
The rest of the interview is pretty dope as well but that jewels is a headrocker.
Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel unite on this DJ Khaled track that also features Meek Mill and French Montana off of Khaled’s I’ve Changed A Lot album.