According to DJ Khaled’s new single All I Do Is Win, but that title feels ironic considering his last two offerings, Put Your Hands Up and Fed Up, were relative losers in the DJBooth rating department. Still, whatever your opinions of the heavyweight Miami producer are, you have to give it up to the man; he knows how to put together a hell of a line-up. In fact, All I Do Is Win features the all-star roster of T-Pain on the hook along with verses from Ludacris, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg, backed by an epically big beat from DJ Nasty (for Nasty Beatmakers) and, crucially, relatively little Khaled screaming. For my money Luda absolutely kills this, Rick Ross is decent and Snoop’s laid back flow feels out of place over such a heavy beat, but as always the Booth’s opinion matters more. So what will it be? Another loss for Khaled, or a definitive win? Speaking of which, Khaled’s upcoming album Victory is due to drop March 2. Keep it locked for more.
Written by Nathan S. on 02/1/10
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