By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Only three times has DJ Khaled made his fans wait on an album release. Normally, Khaled releases an album every year, but 2009 was the first time he left fans hanging. Until 2014, Khaled operated like clockwork, when I Changed A Lot, was delayed until 2015.
That span of time saw DJ Khaled and Cash Money Records part ways, which Rick Ross would expand on, later. But, Khaled kept it positive, giving several positive rants on Snapchat. This led into Major Key, his first platinum album, before 2017’s Grateful followed that trend.
Similar to I Changed A Lot, DJ Khaled struggled to find the right single to carry him. But, he finally found the single, and dropped Father of Asahd, after much promotion. With the album, and documentary, out, he would speak with Elliott Wilson on “CRWN,” on TIDAL, to expand on the album, Nipsey Hussle, Jay-Z, Beyonce, being a father, and more.
Watch the entire interview below:
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