DJ Khaled Latest Album Includes Skillibeng, Buju Banton, Capleton, Bounty Killer, And Sizzla

DJ Khaled In Jamaica With Buju Banton Putting Final Touches On 'Khaled  Khaled' Album - DancehallMagJamaican stars Skillibeng, Buju Banton, Capleton, Bounty Killer, and Sizzla will all be featured on These Streets Know My Name, which is track No. 14 on DJ Khaled’s 13th studio album, God Did.

The 18-track album will be released this Friday, August 26.

After sharing the cover art and promo images, which were shot in Jamaica last June, Khaled revealed the star-studded tracklist which includes Drake (twice), Jay-Z, Kanye West, Eminem, Lil Baby and several others.

DJ Khaled's new album features Jamaican legends | Loop JamaicaThese Streets Know My Name and the title track God Did are the most feature-heavy songs on the tracklist, with five guests each.

See the full God Did tracklist below.

  1. No Secret feat. Drake
  2. God Did feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, JAY-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy
  3. Use This Gospel (Remix) feat. Kanye West, Eminem (prod. by Dr. Dre and the ICU)
  4. Big Time feat. Future and Lil Baby
  5. Keep Going feat. Lil Durk, 21 Savage, and Roddy Ricch
  6. Party All the Time feat. Quavo and Takeoff
  7. Staying Alive feat. Drake and Lil Baby
  8. Beautiful feat. Future and SZA
  9. It Ain’t Safe feat. Nardo Wick and Kodak Black
  10. Let’s Pray feat. Don Toliver and Travis Scott
  11. Fam Good, We Good feat. Gunna and Roddy Ricch
  12. Bills Paid feat. Latto and City Girls
  13. Way Past Luck” feat. 21 Savage
  14. These Streets Know My Name feat. Skillibeng, Buju Banton, Capleton, Bounty Killer, and Sizzla
  15. Juice WRLD Did feat. Juice WRLD
  16. Jadakiss Interlude feat. Jadakiss
  17. Asahd and Aalam Cloth Talk
  18. Grateful feat. Vory

Last week, Khaled told the Drink Champs podcast that he was very proud of These Streets Know My Name, and that it was now a tradition for him to revert to his Dancehall roots on his studio albums.

Speaking about the track, Khaled said, “On GOD DID, I have something that is so monumental. The record is incredible, the video is done. Just who I got on it all together is kind of impossible. Like real talk, it’s really impossible. When you hear it and you come from that, they’ll be like, ‘I ain’t never seen that.’”

“The record’s crazy too and I’m very proud of it,” he added.

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DJ Khaled, Bounty Killer and Sizzla

Khaled previously explained that the support he got from the Jamaicans during his early career, was the fundamental reason he chose to close out his 12th studio album Khaled Khaled with the track Where You Come From, which featured Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Capleton, and Barrington Levy.

“All those artists you saw on my album on that song, my friends that co-signed me in the beginning of my career.  They used to give me dubplates and they put their hands around my shoulder saying we love this kid and I never forget where I come from,” he had said.

“Dancehall is a part of my story, you know what I’m saying, Jamaica is a part of Khaled’s story and it’s such a blessing… I love Reggae music and I love Dancehall.”

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Buju Banton, DJ Khaled

Khaled has also previously collaborated with Buju Banton, Sizzla, Mavado and 070 Shake on the Holy Mountain (2019), which appeared on his 11th album, Father Of Asahd.  That project had also featured Buju on the final track, Holy Ground.

Grateful (2017), Khaled’s 10th album, had featured Sizzla on the opening track I’m So Grateful, and Mavado on the track Unchanging Love.

Mavado, who signed to Khaled’s We The Best Music Group in 2011, has appeared on several other albums by the producer, including Major Key (2016) on the final track Progress, I Changed A Lot (2015), on the track My League, Suffering from Success (2013) on the tracks Give It All Me with Nicki Minaj and on Weed & Hennessy, and Kiss The Ring (2012) on the Suicidal Thoughts.

Three of Khaled’s last four albums debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, namely Major Key (2016), Grateful (2017), and Khaled Khaled (2021).

Father Of Asahd, released in 2019, had debuted at No. 2 on the chart.

Source: DJ Khaled Confirms Skillibeng, Buju Banton, Capleton, Bounty Killer, And Sizzla On One Track For ‘God Did’ – DancehallMag

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