Summer is here and DJ Khaled is up and running, assembling a heavyweight feature list for his new (potential) anthem “How Many Times.” Here Khaled recruits Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean for “How Many Times” a track Khaled is surely proud of and feels its up there with previous hits “I’m on One” and “No New Friends.” Thing is, Drake is missing in action. Check out DJ Khaled’s “How Many Times” after the jump.
Khaled sits down with MTV‘s Rob Markman and cuts a WWE-style promo for his upcoming eighth album and reveals his first single, “They Don’t Love You No More,” will feature Hov. Hit the jump to peep the trailer for the single. Read More
With less than a week to go until the release of Suffering From Success, Khaled has generous enough to leak a good portion of the album, which is akin to the dude that stands on the side of the highway dressed in a giant sandwich costume and hands out coupons for free Subway. However, this cut is actually good. Read More
This song is a grave injustice to the people it names. I’m posting it so that the people behind it can understand that no one is fooled. Truly awful.
Khaled hits the club for his “I Wanna Be With You” video with Nicki and Rozay. Directed by Colin Tilley. Suffering From Success drops October 22.
Drizzy and company take it back to 1996 for the official visual for “No New Friends.” Directed by Colin Tilley.
Vado gives us the official video for “God Hour,” which features a cameo from his new boss, DJ Khaled.