DJ Khaled ft. Kanye West & Rick Ross - I Wish You Would

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This is going to shock you, but DJ Khaled just dropped a new banger featuring two of his famous rap friends and Khaled talking on the intro. I know, I’ll give you a minute to recover from the shock. But if it isn’t broke don’t fix it and Khaled sticks to the blueprint he laid down on I Wish You Would, starting with a head nodding beat from Hit-Boy. On top of that foundation throw in a verse from Kanye (whose quality is sure to be debated by hip-hop heads) a yet another solid, self-promotional 16 verse from Rick Ross. It all adds up to increasing anticipation for the release of Khaled’s upcoming album, Kiss the Ring, due out on August 21.

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