By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Given the year DJ Khaled had in 2016, it was only right to start 2017 out with Hip Hop Vibe's Artist of the Year. The journey DJ Khaled's been on is over ten years in the making. In 2007, he really made people pay
By DJ Louie Styles Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Born in New Orleans and bred in Miami, DJ Khaled did a lot to keep the Southern hip hop scene on top during the 2007-2010 period. Where every other region dropped off after a five-to-seven year period, the South flourished. DJ Khaled was
By DJ YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In 2007, DJ Khaled reunited Ja Rule, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss for a track he called "New York Is Back." The song was to be a single off We The Best and also the first single off Ja Rule's 2007 album. This was supposed
By DJ YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer How confident DJ Khaled is with himself is no secret, the man named his record label We The Best Music Group. Before that, DJ Khaled was already calling himself and his circle the We The Best Movement and he has two albums called We
By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Clearly, DJ Khaled represents the new generation of hip hop. However, looking at his flamboyant nature, DJ Khaled reminds many older hip hop heads of the way the genre used to be. Frequently said in articles here, as much as things change, they remain
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Since today is the sixteenth anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.'s death, everyone is chronicling the things accomplished by B.I.G. during his lifespan. No one can ever compare to The Notorious B.I.G.'s life. However, The Notorious B.I.G. was more focused on Life After Death. Thirteen
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer It was only a matter of time before Cash Money Records replaced Def Jam as the distributor for DJ Khaled's We The Best Music Group. Since the label's formation, they have worked closely with Lil Wayne and the other Cash Money members.
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Only months following the release of L.A.X., Game announced he was working on a new album. Game initially planned to retire following the release of his third album. Due to his popularity and contractual obligations, Game was forced to record more music.
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer By 2007, 50 Cent found his popularity waning and hip hop supporting the Miami hip hop scene. Immediately, G-Unit began targeting various Miami-area hip hop artists and members of Cash Money Records.Â We the Best, DJ Khaled's movement was the most high-profile