DJ Khaled just dropped his eighth studio album I Changed A Lot, and he's been dropping knowledge in interviews all week -- so by now, you should know a fair bit about the DJ and his successful brand of suffering. We've come up with a few questions to
In DJ Khaled's eyes, he's the hip hop version of George Clooney in "Ocean's 11": a wily veteran with the connections and know-how necessary to bring together a formidable team of specialists.
DJ Khaled has changed A LOT since he last dropped off his latest album, Suffering From Success, back in 2013. In fact, he’s changed so much that he decided to name his new album after it.
I Changed a Lot drops tomorrow, and DJ Khaled has shared another highly anticipated collab off the release: "I Ride," bringing along his good friends Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross and Jeezy.
Yesterday The Breakfast Club stirred up some controversy with their Wale interview, or rather, Wale stirred up some controversy when he discussed the Meek Mill/Drake beef during the show, criticizing Meek's part in the beef. Today's "special guest" o
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Another year, another DJ Khaled album with an almost unbelievably stacked tracklist.
DJ Khaled had himself quite the busy Columbus Day.
For third time today, DJ Khaled releases a monster record off his upcoming I Changed A Lot album, dropping October 23.
After dropping "You Mine" feat. Trey Songz, Future, & Jeremih this morning, DJ Khaled gives the song the visual treatment.
DJ Khaled just announced that his album I Changed A Lot will drop on October 23rd, and that two huge singles would be on the way soon. Indeed, they both have already hit the web and are well on their way to the top of the charts
DJ Khaled announced this morning that I Changed A Lot is dropping on October 23rd and he's releasing two monster singles today. They've already made their way onto the web, led by "You Mine" feat. Future, Trey Songz, and Jeremih.
In between doing yoga on a dock, working out, and crushing a ton of food from his Finga Licking restaurant, DJ Khaled has found time to put together an album.
Just hours ago, DJ Khaled dropped off his latest single, a track called "How Many Times" that, like most Khaled singles, values star power over anything else.
Just a minute ago, we shared DJ Khaled's new, star-studded single, "How Many Times," and now, here he is on The Breakfast Club talking about his upcoming project I Changed A Lot.
Since DJ Khaled dropped the all-R&B remix of "Hold You Down" in November, we haven't heard a peep from his upcoming album I Changed A Lot until today.
DJ Khaled returned to the Breakfast Club this morning after visiting the crew this past August, in order to give himself a bit more promo for his upcoming album I Changed A Lot, singles like "Hold You Down," and his headphones.
DJ Khaled just dropped off his new single, "Hold You Down", featuring an all-star line-up (as per usual) of Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future and Jeremih, while he continues to push "They Don't Love You No More" featuring Meek Mill, Jay Z, Rick Ross and Frenc