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Album Stream: DJ Khaled – Father of Asahd

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DJ KHALED FATHER OF ASAHD

DJ Khaled has released his 11th studio album, Father of Asahd.

Pushing the album a week up from it’s original release day, May 25, Khaled took to social media on Wednesday, May 15, a heartfelt message as to why he did not promote the album the way fans had expect him too.

With the death of his dear friend, Nipsey Hussle, the We The Best Music curator vowed to preserve Hussle’s mission alongside his co-writers, producers and label partners by “donating 100% of all our proceeds from “Higher” to Nipsey’s children, Emani and Kross.”

“Higher” is the lead single off of Father of Asahd, which features Hussle and John Legend. The video for the single was shot just days before Hussle was murdered.

Father of Asahd features contributions from Jay Z, Cardi B, Chris Brown, Post Malone, Rick Ross, Future, Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Gunna, Chance The Rapper, SZA, Big Sean, Beyonce and more.

Stream DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd project below. Don’t have Apple Music? Sign up here and get three months free.

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ALBUM CREDITS

1. Holy Mountain (featuring Buju Banton, Sizzla, Mavado and 070 Shake)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & Major Seven
Lyricists:
Billy Rowe
Brittany “@Chi_Coney” Coney
Danielle Balbuena
David Brooks
Denisia “@Blu_June” Andrews
Henry Lawes
Khaled Khaled
MARK MYRIE
Miguel Collins
Omar Walker

2. Wish Wish (featuring Cardi B and 21 Savage)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & Tay Keith
Lyricists:
Belcalis Almanzar
Brytavious Chambers
Jordan Thorpe
Khaled Khaled
Shéyaa Joseph

3. Jealous (featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & Tay Keith
Lyricists:
Alan Gorrie
Andrew Saidenberg Roger Ball
Brittany “@Chi_Coney” Coney
Brytavious Chambers
Chris Brown
Denisia “@Blu_June” Andrews
Diana King
Dwayne Carter
James Stewart
Khaled Khaled
Kingsley Gardner
Malcolm Duncan
Owen McIntyre
Sean Anderson
Stephen Ferrone

4. Just Us (featuring SZA)

Prod. by DJ Khaled
Lyricists:
Antwan Patton
Brittany “@Chi_Coney” Coney
David Sheats
Denisia “@Blu_June” Andrews
Khaled Khaled
Solána Rowe
andré benjamin

5. You Stay (featuring Meek Mill, J Balvin, Lil Baby and Jeremih)

Prod. by DJ Khaled
Lyricists:
Brittany “@Chi_Coney” Coney
Clarence Satchell
Denisia “@Blu_June” Andrews
Dominique Jones
James Rodger Williams
Jeremy Felton
Jose Balvin
Khaled Khaled
Leroy Bonner
Linda Caballero
Marshall Eugene Jones
Marvin R Pierce
Ralph Middlebrooks
Robert Williams
Sergio George
Shirley Marte
William Beck

6. Celebrate (featuring Travis Scott and Post Malone)

Prod. by Frank Dukes, Teddy Walton & DJ Khaled
Lyricists:
Adam Feeney
Austin Post
Jacques Webster
Khaled Khaled
Teddy Walton

7. Higher (featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend)

Prod. by DJ Khaled, STREETRUNNER, Tarik Azzouz
Lyricists:
Ermias Asghedom
HM Henry Davis
John Stephens
Kevin “KC” Cossom
Khaled Khaled

8. Won’t Take My Soul (featuring Nas & Ceelo Green)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & STREETRUNNER
Lyricists:
Kevin Cossom
Nasir Jones
Thomas DeCarlo Callaway
Khaled Khaled

9. Weather the Storm (featuring Meek Mill and Lil Baby)

Prod. by DJ Khaled, STREETRUNNER & Tarik Azzouz
Lyricists:
Alec Costandinos
Dominique Jones
Khaled Khaled
Michel Jouveaux
Nicholas Warwar
Robert Williams
Tarik Azzouz

10. Big Boy Talk (featuring Jeezy and Rick Ross)

Prod. by 808-Ray, Cool & Dre and DJ Khaled
Lyricists:
Andre Lyon
Jay Jenkins
Khaled Khaled
Marcello Valenzano
Pete Jackson
Rayshon Cobbs, Jr.
William Roberts

11. Freak n You (featuring Lil Wayne and Gunna)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & Joe Zarrillo, co-prod. by Ben Billions & DJ 360
Lyricists:
Donald Earle DeGrate, Jr.
Dwayne Carter
Joseph Zarrillo
Khaled Khaled
Omed Rozbayani
Sergio Kitchens

12. Top Off (featuring Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Future)

Prod. by DJ Khaled & Joe Zarrillo
Lyricists:
Beyoncé Knowles Carter
Brittany Coney
Denisia Andrews
Joseph Zarrillo
Khaled Khaled
Nayvadius Wilburn
Shawn Carter

13. No Brainer (featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Quavo)

Prod. by DJ Khaled, DaviDior & Nic Nac, co-prod. by Poo Bear
Lyricists:
Chancelor Bennett
David Park
Jason Boyd
Justin Bieber
Khaled Khaled
Melvin Riley
Nicholas Balding
Nolan Lambrozza
Quavious Marshall

14. Thank You (featuring Big Sean)

Prod. by DJ Khaled, STREETRUNNER & Tarik Azzouz
Lyricists:
Kelly Price
Khaled Khaled
Nicholas Warwar
Rodney Jerkins
Sean Anderson
Tarik Azzouz

15. Holy Ground (featuring Buju Banton)

Prod. by DJ Khaled, L.V.M. and Ben Billions
Lyricists:
Charles Fox
Khaled Khaled
MARK MYRIE
Norman Gimbel

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New Music: Saweetie – Fast (Motion)

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Saweetie has been putting in a lot of work past few months and isn’t letting up.

After releasing “Best Friends” with Doja Cat earlier this year, the Bay Area rapper continued her reign with the Drakeo The Ruler-featured track, “Risky.” Going in for the kill, Saweetie returns with her third single, “Fast (Motion).”

Accompanied by an official music video, all three singles mentioned is set to appear on Saweetie debut album, Pretty B*tch Music. The project is set to feature contributions from DaBaby, Jack Harlow, Doja Cat, Post Malone and Jhene Aiko.

Until we know more details about the album’s release, stream “Fast Motion” above.

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Isaiah Rashad Makes His Return With ‘Lay Wit Ya’

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It’s been five years since the release of Isaiah Rashad‘s debut album, The Sun’s Tirade, and he’s ready to come back with a bang.

Following TDE’s rather cryptic message on socials that the label was loading up, Isaiah Rashad seems to be the first one up to bat with his forthcoming project, The House Is Burning.

To build anticipation on the sophomore effort, the rapper releases his first offering, “Lay Wit Ya” featuring Quality Control’s Duke Deuce.

Stream below.

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J. Cole Releases ‘Interlude’ From His Forthcoming Album ‘The Off-Season’

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J COLE INTERLUDE

Earlier this week, J. Cole took to socials that his highly-anticipated project, The Off-Season, was complete.

Gearing up fans for the project, J. Cole releases his first offering titled, “Interlude.” Serving as a follow-up to his 2020 releases, “The Climb Back” and “Lion King On Ice,” J. Cole has announced that The Off-Season is set to drop May 14.

The Off-Season will be J. Cole first album to drop since 2018’s K.O.D, along with his 2019 Dreamville compilation, Revenge of the Dreamers III.

Stream “i n t e r l u d e” below.

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