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The Source | J. COLE, NAS, NICKI MINAJ, JAY Z, FUTURE AND MORE TO JOIN DJ KHALED FOR ‘MAJOR KEY’ ALBUM
DJ Khaled’s Major Key album is out on Friday, July 29, and after weeks of teases and previews, we finally have an idea of what to expect.
Of all of DJ Khaled’s albums–there are 8 of them, but who’s counting–this may be arguably the most star-studded tracklist he’s ever had. That would be an impressive feat, considering his past albums have featured guys like Kanye West, Nas, John Legend, Rick Ross, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and more. Most of those artists and a bunch more will be joning Khaled for his Major Key celebration, the ultimate coronation of his 2016 career rejuvenation.
Nas, Jay Z, Future, Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, Bryson Tiller, Rick Ross and more hit the studio to help Khaled with this album, and you can see the offical tracklist below. Naturally, the album concludes with a solo record from Mavado, appropriate considering Khaled’s affinity for dancing barefoot in his garden to classic reggae records.