Alicia Keys. Betty Wright. Beyoncé. Big Sean. Bryson Tiller. Calvin Harris. Chance the Rapper. Drake. Future. Gucci Mane. JAY Z. Jadakiss. Justin Bieber. Lil Wayne. Migos. Nas. Nicki Minaj. PartyNextDoor. Rihanna. Rick Ross. Sizzla. Travis Scott. Young Thug.
Leave it to the rap game’s Nick Fury to align all of these names (and then some) for one album, Grateful. As anticipation builds for the release on June 23, Khaled unloads the massive lineup for the 23-track album with its much-awaited tracklist.
Opening the album is reggae legend Sizzla, who is responsible for classics such as “Dry Cry” and Foxy Brown’s “Come Fly With Me,” and closing out is the one and only star of them all, Asahd Tuck Khaled, who delivers the outro.
Other featured guests in the all-star roster is 2 Chainz, Mavado, Fat Joe, Raekwon, 21 Savage, T.I., Jeremih, Yo Gotti, and Kodak Black.
Back in February, Khaled explained the meaning behind the album to our Chairman, stating, “The idea of the album basically, is exactly what the title is.”
“I’m very grateful, I’m forever grateful. I take nothing for granted. When I’m making this music, with some of these superstar icons in the studio with me, I’m grateful for them. I’m grateful for my son, I’m grateful for my fans. I’m grateful all the DJs, radio stations. I’m grateful for REVOLT for broadcasting this love. Because that’s what we have to do is broadcast love. The title is exactly what it is. I’m grateful. Forever grateful,” he continued.
DJ Khaled’s 10th studio album arrives June 23rd. Check out the full tracklist below.
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