DJ Khaled Promises Jay Z-Assisted Single, Says "Every Summer's Mine"
DJ Khaled: "I'm the king of the anthems. It's been seven summers. Well now, it's gonna be eight summers. Summer's mine, man."
DJ Khaled, who says he has spent his recent months making some of the best music he's ever made, says this summer, like "every summer," is his.
“Every summer’s mine,” DJ Khaled says. “I’m the king of the anthems. It’s been seven summers. Well now, it’s gonna be eight summers. Summer’s mine, man. Straight up.
“I do it for the people," he continues. "I do it for the streets. The streets gonna rise up and that’s on my mama. I been doin’ this. People think it happens. It just don’t fuckin’ happen. I make these fuckin’ hits and put these fuckin’ hits together and make the biggest motherfuckin’ anthems in the game. I got hardware. Some of these guys ain't got no plaques. They don't even know what it is.
“And guess what?" he adds. "I just left Marcy Projects...What you think I’m playing with this shit? Eight summers. I got Jay Z, Shawn Carter. I got Hova on my first single. Fuck this shit. I’ma show the game, boy."
In 2012, Jay Z and DJ Khaled worked together on "3 Kings" from Ross' God Forgives, I Don't album. In March 2013, Jay Z and DJ Khaled were photographed in the studio together.
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