DJ Khaled is back in a big way with tons of new music, don’t you dare play yourself by missing these
My only fear with the announcement of DJ Khaled’s new album I Changed A Lot is that he has changed too much. I didn’t want DJ Khaled to change at all. If anything, I want him to go way harder. If there’s a God up there, please let DJ Khaled mean he’s changing for the better (doubling down on the adlibs, intros and catchphrases) and not for worse (becoming a normal human). I’m pretty sure we’ll be fine, as Khaled is back with 3 brand new songs from his highly anticipated new album. Check out all the heaters below, and make sure you cop at least 100 copies of Tha God’s album when it drops… if you’re not playing yourself of course.
First up we have the Jeremih, Trey Songz & Future-assisted “You Mine”.
Next we have “Gold Slugs” featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina & Fetty Wap, plus some of the hardest artwork in the history of the game.
Last but certainly not least, another collab with Future called “I Don’t Play About My Paper” that also features n.
Although it’s tough to top some of these moments, change is good sometimes.
Khaled has the owner of iTunes wrapped around his finger