DJ Khaled – Father Of Asahd Album (Zip Download)
Who knew DJ Khaled had moves like this?
DJ Khaled’s Father Of Asahd was ultimately pushed back to 2019, presumably so that the mogul could amass an even deeper repertoire of talent. Though Khaled has never failed to top the charts, his Grateful album was somewhat of a critical misstep, despite massive singles like “Wild Thoughts” and “I’m On One.” It stands to reason that Khaled stepped back to the drawing board, and reached out to some of the homies. As it happens, Meek Mill found himself on the receiving end of a Khaled reach-out, an interaction that eventually culminated in a reportedly productive session.
“Great session wit @meekmill great vibes,” writes Khaled, on IG. “FATHER OF ASAHD 2019! When you make GREAT MUSIC the vibes is always right !” Amicable relationship, it’s no surprise that Meek and Khaled ultimately linked up, given the former’s current hot-streak and general popularity.
In fact, Meek previously cited Khaled as a point of inspiration, toying with the ideaof using his motivation speech as a ringtone of sorts. Though a noble gesture, one has to wonder about the long-term mental health benefits of hearing Khaled’s uplifting words multiple times a day. In any case, expect big things from Meek and Khaled in the near future, whenever Father Of Asahd ultimately hits the streets.
The last week has been a busy one for DJ Khaled in terms of prepping his upcoming album, Father of Asahd. Named for his son, Khaled’s next album will be the latest in his attempts to throw as many of the hottest artists onto the same compilation tape. With “Top Off” serving as the lead single, there should be more where that came from as the mega-producer and DJ has teased countless other collabs. Just yesterday, he excitedly exclaimed that the Justin Bieber vocals had come in, hinting at another smash the caliber of “I’m The One.” Clearly, the hitmaker can’t wait for everybody to hear his new music and he continued teasing the upcoming album with a clip of him hitting some dance moves in the studio