Last Friday at midnight, DJ Khaled dropped a new album titled "Khaled Khaled."
Does DJ Khaled sing? Nope.
Does DJ Khaled rap? Nope.
Does it matter? Nope.
His albums have been full of top-notch artists over the years, but by looking at the playlist on this bad boy, this album may be the mother of them all!
This album has ALL of the music industry's heavy hitters in the world of Pop, Hip Hop and R&B, it features:
Megan Thee Stallion
A-Boogie With The Hoodie
With Bounty Killer & Buju Banton
Over 15 heavy-hitting artists!
I haven’t listened to the entire album yet, but I wanted to see what others thought before I hit play.
So I took it to Facebook:
As you can see from the thread, reactions were mixed.
"I had to listen a few times before it grew on me." - Katherine Jones
"It’s cool. I think Khaled is now chasing instead of Creating. Feel Hallow to me. Def not banging anything from it in next 3 weeks LOL" - Jay Hicks
"It’s exactly what it’s supposed to be and because of that, I like it. Doubt about it that Khaled knows how to bring artists together on beats they all shine with." - Joey Ech
"Its like u a transformers fan and u got go bots.... or like a wack movie soundtrack." - Daniel BigPoppa Dees
It seems like people are really split! What did you think?
DJ Khaled’s new album "Khaled Khaled" is available now!
Check out a preview of the album here on iTunes;
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