We Global (Bonus Track Version)
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||ExplicitStanding On the Mountain Top (feat. Ace Hood, Pooh Bear)||DJ Khaled||2:35||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGo Hard (feat. Kanye West, T-Pain)||DJ Khaled||4:32||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitOut Here Grindin' (feat. Akon, Rick Ross, Plies, Trick Daddy, Lil Boosie, Ace Hood)||DJ Khaled||3:57||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGo Ahead (feat. Fabolous, Rick Ross, Flo Rida, Fat Joe, Lloyd)||DJ Khaled||4:03||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitI'm On (feat. Nas)||DJ Khaled||4:24||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGame (feat. GAME)||DJ Khaled||4:21||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitWe Global (feat. Trey Songz, Fat Joe, Ray J)||DJ Khaled||3:22||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitShe's Fine (feat. Sean Paul, Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes)||DJ Khaled||3:21||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitFinal Warning (feat. Bun B, Shawty Lo, Bloodraw, Ace Hood, Brisco, Bali, Lil Scrappy, R. City)||DJ Khaled||4:16||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitF*** the Other Side (feat. Trick Daddy, Dunkrydas)||DJ Khaled||3:43||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBullet (feat. Rick Ross, Baby Cham)||DJ Khaled||4:08||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitBlood Money (feat. Rick Ross, Brisco, Ace Hood)||DJ Khaled||4:55||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitDefend DADE (feat. Pitbull, Casely)||DJ Khaled||4:36||£0.99||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitWhat You Gonna Do to Me (feat. Rob Cash, Mike Beck, Fat Joe & Pistol Pete) [Bonus Track]||DJ Khaled||3:33||Album Only||View In iTunes|
Getting back on track, DJ Khaled's We Global corrects all the mistakes made on his disappointing sophomore effort We the Best and gets back to the high-quality control of his debut Listennn: The Album. Like both previous releases, We Global finds the Terror Squad DJ commissioning tracks from the A-List, adding his shout-outs over top, and handing production over to the likes of Cool & Dre, the Inkredibles, and Danja along with a handful of cuts for the underappreciated team, the Runners who can go convincingly hard (the street single "Out Here Grindin'") or brilliantly slick (the R&B-flavored, Lloyd showcase "Go Ahead"). Important names like the Game — who's focused like a sniper on the great "Red Light" — and Nas — who sounds absolutely Illmatic on his hectic cut "I'm On" — get their own tracks, but most cuts are either giant baller anthems with freestyle after freestyle or more interesting and tighter collaborations, like the good timing "She's Fine" from Missy Elliot, Busta Rhymes, and dancehall don Sean Paul. Khaled's love of the warmer territories is further supported by Floridian Rick Ross' appearance next to another reggae man, Baby Cham, plus the expected guest shot from Pitbull who closes the album with a Dade County hip-hop history lesson. Khaled's lone production here is "Standing on the Mountain Top," a theatrical showcase for newcomer and protégé Ace Hood who lands on three more cuts and nails each and every one with his fresh-off-the-streets delivery.
A Definate Banger...every track is...my favourite tracks gotta be ''Go hard'' , ''Game'', ''Final Warning (minus the Shawty-Ho verse)'' and ''Bullet'' Theres no way you can say this album is bad, because it simply isnt, the tracks are well produced, bass heavy tracks..typical of DJ khaled. this type of hip-hop cant qualify for ''CLASSIC'' status though because the tracks are simply missing that exra touch, and i dont think khaled will ever be able to make or should i say ''Shout on'' a classic album, he just isnt capeable, if you know what i mean. a good album though, i will be bangin' it for weeks to come... and yes Khaled is soooo anoyin', but enough people hate on him, so i dont need to! LOL.
very ordinary hip-hop
Looking at some of the high profile collaborations on each of the songs you would think dj khaled was onto a winner with this album, but sadly its just a case of trying too hard to impress. "out here grindin'" is the albums lead single & the only reason it stands out from the rest is akon, who seems to be able to magic any song from ok to hit. As for the rest of the album it's all upbeat & raunchy as you would expect, unfortunately it's all too much & you end up feeling a sense of deja vu when the next track kicks in. However If your just looking for some of the biggest names in hip-hop on one album & plenty of hood attitude you won't be disappointed.
over the top
lame really, trying to hard and called all the big stars to make the room shine coz really that what it needs. the only reason why you listen to the songs is because you expect the next rapper to say some or to do some, it has been done, history repeats itself here...so 2 stars for lloyd and kon
Born: 26 November 1975 in New Orleans, LA
Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s