DJ Khaled knows full well that God only looks after, you need to do the rest on your own. TMZ caught up with the Miami hip hop mogul at Nobu Matsuhisa's restaurant in Beverly Hills while he was waiting for his seat to warm. The conversation veered towards Meek Mill's release from Prison, and DJ Khaled took heed with open arms. DJ Khaled insisted that whenever he was ready, Meek could swing by and lay down some bars in his studio. The onus is on community and sharing for Khaled, the whole team is greater than the sum of its parts. "God is the greatest" as Khaled would have it.

Khaled alluded to keeping in touch with Meek during the rapper's  "5-month vacation." There are two schools of thought when it comes to newfound freedom. Does one exert pleasure or pressure in making due for lost time. Depending on who you ask, a prison stint can represent the tedium of life if left unchecked. DJ Khaled is eternally grateful that his record of ownership lies outside of the streets. The money is real, and the 24 karat cuvee tastes like Jesus' bathwater. Look out for Khaled X Meek Mill, they've done it before.