DJ Khaled’s ‘God Did’ Album Features JAY-Z, Eminem, Kanye West, & More

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Forthcoming DJ Khaled album God Did, which releases on August 26, includes an all-star list of features from JAY-Z, Eminem, Ye and more.

DJ Khaled is giving praise to the Most High on upcoming album God Did. On Tuesday (August 23), the ‘Father of Ashad’ revealed the star-studded track list for his twelfth album, with appearances from JAY-ZLil WayneEminemYeDrake, Travis Scott, Lil BabySZACity Girls21 SavageRoddy RicchQuavoTakeoffKodak Black and more.

Helmed by lead single “Staying Alive” featuring Drake and Lil Baby, God Did will drop a little over one year since his 2021 album Khaled Khaled.

In an interview with Speedy Norman of Complex, the We The Best Music Group co-founder teased that JAY-Z’s verse on “God Did” is a “greatest” of Hov verses.

“The rumors are true,” he said. “A lot of rumors are not true, but these are true. I’m a Jay fan, you’re a Jay fan? So everybody has their favorite verse of Jay. I’ll let y’all decide that. I’m telling you, if there was a greatest hits of Jay-Z verses, it’s on there. That I’ll tell you, for a fact. The rumors are true, that’s for a fact.”

Khaled also shared that upon hearing selections from the album, Hov gave him high praise.

“Immediately, when he heard it, he started spitting the bars,” Khaled said. “I can’t make this up, there were a lot of people in the room that day. Ask ’em all. I played him my whole album and after I played him my album, he pulled my to the side and said it’s my best album. And I saw the smile on his face that was so genuine and he was so happy for me.”

God Did releases on Friday, August 26.

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