Later this year, DJ Khaled will release his eight studio album, I Changed Alot. Insane, huh? Since his 2006 debut, Listennn… the Album, the We The Best Music Group bossman has released a full-length yearly, save for 2009. And what better way to let people know about his future plans than to grab up a pack of your close friends and collaborators… oh, and also Jay Z. A la many of his past high energy street bangers, They Don’t Love You No More could be classified as a motivational/anti-hater record. Joining the Miami native along with Hova are Rick Ross, Meek Mill and French Montana. Known well for his production work on Drake’s hit single, Started From The Bottom, Mike Zombie lays down the hard hitting boardwork that backs the aggressive flows of Khaled’s on-the-mic soldiers.
UPDATE: The official video has been added.
Written by DJ Z on 04/28/14
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