DJ Khaled is back with "Another One," announcing new music in true "We the Best' fashion that only he can do. The native Miami recording artist has revealed that he has completed his latest album, "Khaled Khaled," and wishes to inform the rest of the world he's back on his grind. So, to achieve that goal, DJ Khaled purchased a ginormous billboard in downtown Miami to let us know. Khaled also took to Instagram to announce the album's release date, scheduled for April 30.
"#FANLUV I Know I said ALBUM 100% DONE but it might be 101% STAY TUNED!" he wrote while teasing there was even more to come. "Also, the next post is gonna.... MAN... all I know is ... it CHANGED MY LIFE! It's also HISTORIC." DJ Khaled announced his upcoming album via Twitter.
The official tracklist for the album has also been released, which includes a slew of high-profile music artists such as Megan The Stallion, Lil Wayne, Post Malone, and Justin Bieber. On the record, there's also a track named "Sorry Not Sorry" that features Jay-Z and Nas, as well as James Fauntleroy and Harmonies by the Hive. This track is somewhat surprising given Jay and Nas's backgrounds, as both of them used to despise each other and released diss tracks aimed at each other back in 2001.
The album's tracklist also includes collaborations "Popstar" and "Greece" he released in late July 2020 with the "Certified Lover Boy" Drake.
The album cover art was also revealed in a social media post that showed Khaled kneeling on a prayer mat surrounded by the lush and extravagant greenery while his two sons in donned matching suits alongside the mega music mogul.
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