DJ Khaled has released his eleventh [!!!] studio album, Father of Asahd. Not surprisingly, the album is star-studded. Father of Asahd features appearances from Nas, Cardi B, JAY-Z, SZA, Buju Banton, John Legend, Rick Ross, Future, and more.
The album also features an appearance from Nipsey Hussle, who appears on the motivational “Higher,” with John Legend.
Prior to the album being released, Khaled dropped a message about Nipsey on his Instagram:
He also dropped the video for “Higher,” which Nipsey right before he was killed, making it the final video of his career:
This is the first of many videos to come from Khaled. He has released an itinerary of albums he’s going to release this month. (He plans to drop four videos on Friday, May 17th alone:)
Stream Father of Asahd below.
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