When DJ Khaled recruits his industry colleagues to record a song for one of his albums, the man does not mess around. Due to the mega-success of his first two Koch-distributed projects, which featured damn near every rapper in ‘the game’, the Miami disc jockey and producer recently signed an imprint deal at Def Jam. Before he departs his current label home, however, he will release the final project on his deal this September, entitled We Global. While we featured the original version of his new single, Out Here Grindin’, on May 9, trouble in musical paradise has since brewed between Khaled and Lil’ Wayne. Reportedly unable to attend the video shoot, Weezy was cut from the song and inserted in his place was Young Jeezy. So, which rapper laid down the better verse?
Written by DJ Z on 06/15/08
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