23 Songs, 1 Hour 27 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It’s one thing to attract as many top-tier guests to an album as DJ Khaled does. It’s another to create winning chemistry between them. Here, the producer/talent wrangler achieves that by seeking out intriguing contrasts as well as complementary voices for his string of radio-ready anthems. Travis Scott’s layered, shape-shifting vocal springs off Nas’ old-school gravitas (“It’s Secured”), Alicia Keys provides a regal counterpoint to Nicki Minaj’s bullish energy (“Nobody”), and JAY Z’s playful triumphalism bounces around Beyoncé’s steady cool (“Shining”).

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It’s one thing to attract as many top-tier guests to an album as DJ Khaled does. It’s another to create winning chemistry between them. Here, the producer/talent wrangler achieves that by seeking out intriguing contrasts as well as complementary voices for his string of radio-ready anthems. Travis Scott’s layered, shape-shifting vocal springs off Nas’ old-school gravitas (“It’s Secured”), Alicia Keys provides a regal counterpoint to Nicki Minaj’s bullish energy (“Nobody”), and JAY Z’s playful triumphalism bounces around Beyoncé’s steady cool (“Shining”).

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
1.6K Ratings
1.6K Ratings
NickRetne50 ,

Yuck

I would rather read a book

Blunderbluss ,

Thanks

Thanks DJ Khaled for showing me that as long as I can magically get connections to other artists I'm totally free to put my name on their work. I have respect for the fact that you're in an industry that's hard to get into. Because it is admittedly very difficult to get to where you are. However, what I don't respect is the fact that you use your lack of tangible talent to plaster your ridiculous Ad-Libs and name drops over someone else's voice. The charm of hearing your name blaring over the instrumental has came and gone since All I Do is Win. People aren't going to buy this album because it's YOUR music. People are gonna buy this because you can get Quavo and Bieber on a track together. Which, in execution isn't a bad thing necessarily, but certainly not worth you putting your name on the song. Thanks for telling me that all the hours I put into making music sound as good as humanly possible really don't matter. Thanks for showing me that money is more important to making a record than putting in a lick of genuine talent.
And in regards to the teaser tracks you've posted here. The singers do a decent job. But why you've decided to overlay all of their actual talent with your yelping is beyond me.
Can't wait for another disposable, cash grabbing, cookie-cutter collection of pop-rap that you've decided was worth your time.
Stop putting your name on records.

Madguy2120 ,

Wake me when it's over

Here today, gone tomorrow. Throw away, forgetful music.

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