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Dj Khaled Listennn The Album Zip


We the Best is the second studio album by Miami-based DJ and Terror Squad member DJ Khaled. It was released on June 12, 2007, by Terror Squad Entertainment, distributed by Koch Records. DJ Khaled alongside fellow rapper Fat Joe and collectively handled as the executive producers on this album. The album was produced by The Runners, Drumma Boy, Cool & Dre, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, The Diaz Brothers and Jim Jonsin; as well as the guest appearances from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Trina, Paul Wall and Bun B, among others.




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We the Best received a mixed reception from critics, who found some of the tracks enjoyable and engaging, but felt it was over-bloated with lesser tracks and Khaled's persistent ad-libbing throughout the album. The record debuted at number eight on the US Billboard 200. As of January 2008, the album has sold 440,000 copies in the United States. It was supported by two singles: "We Takin' Over" featuring T.I., Akon, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman and Lil Wayne, and the other Rick Ross-featured track "I'm So Hood" alongside T-Pain, Trick Daddy and Plies.


The album's first single, "We Takin' Over" was released on April 1, 2007. The song features guest vocals from American rappers T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman and Lil Wayne, alongside the musician Akon. The song was produced by Danja.


The album's second single, "I'm So Hood" was released on August 28, 2007. The song features guests vocals from American recording artist T-Pain, alongside rappers Trick Daddy, Plies and Rick Ross; whom recently featured on the track "We Takin' Over". The song was produced by the production duo The Runners.


We the Best received a generally mixed reception from music critics. Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews praised the album for showcasing great lyricism and production from some of the best rappers and producers working at the time but found Khaled's repeated trademark phrases annoying, concluding with: "Other than that though this album is good - hell it's even summer banger ride in your Jeep with it 'til October good. Just don't fool yourself into thinking that Khaled had anything to do with it other than putting the right people together in the right place at the right time."[7] Rolling Stone's Christian Hoard said that Khaled's beats weren't anything innovative but were used well thanks to a huge list of guest artists and tracks like "Hit Them Up" and "Brown Paper Bag" that he credited for being "big, dumb pleasures, just begging to blast from your SUV."[8] AllMusic editor David Jeffries also praised the album for collecting a lot of capable guest artists to deliver great lyricism but found some of Khaled's catchphrases and geographical jumping through his producers as the album's shortcomings, concluding that, "Much more frustrating than a failure, We the Best earns a slight thumbs up if you think of it as a disjointed soundtrack or four-hit mixtape."[2]


Andres Tardio of HipHopDX commented on the various tracks throughout the album, saying that some of them can grab the attention of the listeners but others will feel tiring with the overabundance of guest artists and their lack of focus in the lyrics.[5] Pitchfork contributor Tom Breihan said that after the first single, the album starts to sound rote and generic with tracks that deliver more swagger-rap and less thought-provoking substance, concluding that "We the Best, it turns out, is indicative of one of the major problems with mainstream rap lately: too many rappers seem unwilling to drop their defenses and speak plainly."[6] Nathan Slavik of DJBooth gave credit to the first two singles for having great production and solid artists performing on them but felt the rest of the track listing can get overbloated, saying "We the Best will hit at the charts, but as soon as the next major release comes around it will be forgotten."[3]


On June 12, 2007, Khaled released his second studio album, We the Best. The album reached number eight on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-20 single, "I'm So Hood", which features T-Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, and Plies, and reached number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also produced the top-40 single, "We Takin Over", which features Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Birdman, and Lil Wayne, and reached number 28 on the Hot 100.


On September 16, 2008, Khaled released his third studio album, We Global. The album reached number seven on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-40 single, "Out Here Grindin", which features Akon, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Lil Boosie, Trick Daddy, Ace Hood, and Plies, and reached number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100.


On March 2, 2010, Khaled released his fourth studio album, Victory. The album reached number 14 on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-40 single, "All I Do Is Win", which features T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, and Rick Ross, and reached number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100.


On July 19, 2011, Khaled released his fifth studio album, We the Best Forever. The album reached number five on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-10 single, "I'm on One", which features Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne, and reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.


On October 22, 2013, Khaled released his seventh studio album, Suffering from Success. The album reached number seven on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-40 single, "No New Friends", which features Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne, and reached number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100.


On October 23, 2015, Khaled released his eighth studio album, I Changed a Lot. The album reached number 12 on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-40 single, "Hold You Down", which features Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future, and Jeremih, and reached number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100.


On July 29, 2016, Khaled released his ninth studio album, Major Key. The album debuted and peaked atop the Billboard 200, giving him his first chart-topping project. It produced the top-20 single, "For Free", which features Drake and reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also produced the top-40 singles, "I Got the Keys", which features Jay-Z and Future, and "Do You Mind", which features Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future, and Rick Ross; the songs reached numbers 30 and 27 on the Hot 100, respectively.


On June 23, 2017, Khaled released his tenth studio album, Grateful. The album debuted and peaked atop the Billboard 200, giving him his second chart-topping project. It produced the Billboard Hot 100 number-one single, "I'm the One", which features Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne. It also produced the top-10 single, "Wild Thoughts", which features Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, and reached number two on the Hot 100.


On May 17, 2019, Khaled released his eleventh studio album, Father of Asahd. The album debuted and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200. It produced the top-10 single, "No Brainer" from 2018, which features Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, and Quavo, and debuted and peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100. It also produced the top-20 single, "Wish Wish", which features Cardi B and 21 Savage, which reached number 19 on the Hot 100. The album also contains the top-40 singles, "Top Off" from 2018, which features Jay-Z, Future, and Beyoncé, and "Higher", which features Nipsey Hussle and John Legend; the songs reached numbers 22 and 21 on the Hot 100, respectively.


On April 30, 2021, Khaled released his self-titled twelfth studio album, Khaled Khaled, which is named after his legal name. The album debuted and peaked atop the Billboard 200, giving him his third chart-topping project. It produced the top-10 singles, "Popstar" and "Greece", both of which feature Drake and were released in 2020; the songs debuted and peaked at numbers three and eight on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively. It also produced the top-20 single, "Every Chance I Get", which features Lil Baby and Lil Durk, and debuted and peaked at number 20 on the Hot 100. The album also contains the top-40 single, "Sorry Not Sorry", which features Nas, Jay-Z, and James Fauntleroy, and debuted and peaked at number 30 on the Hot 100.


Earlier this year, Khaled captured #1 on the Billboard Top 200 with his thirteenth full-length studio album, GOD DID [We The Best Music Group/Epic Records]. It stood out as his fourth career #1 debut on the Top 200 and fifth straight #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart.The album has arrived as a cultural milestone in its own right. Stretching past the eight-minute mark, the title track "GOD DID" [feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, JAY-Z, John Legend, & Fridayy] has sparked an important conversation. As part of a special report for MSNBC, Ari Melber host of The Beat broke down JAY-Z's four-minute verse as a cogent and cohesive analysis on the failures of the prolonged generational drug war framed through the icon's own journey embodied in the rhyme, "cocaína into champagne."However, it didn't stop there. Khaled, JAY-Z, Melber, and journalist Rob Markman engaged in this discourse publicly on Twitter Spaces. JAY-Z went one step further and uploaded Melber's initial report as "HOV DID" on all streaming platforms. Rolling Stone and People have chronicled this chain of events, and the conversation continues. However, it all started on "GOD DID."


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