DJ Khaled has finally released his new album, “God Did“. This marks Khaled’s 13th studio album, and it has plenty for the listener to consume. With some of your favourite Artists featured, you know Khaled had to check in with Jamaica for the album. After weeks of previews, he finally released the visual for his Jamaican collaboration titled, “These Streets Know My Name“!
Co-directed with Ivan Berrios, DJ Khaled brings together longtime friends Sizzla, Bounty Killa, Capleton, and Buju Banton, and introduces Dancehall Artist Skillibeng to the fold. Together, we get an exhibition of lyricism and that energy that only Jamaicans can deliver. With the veterans doing what they do best, Skillibeng holds his own, highlighting that the old school and new school can make something special. DJ Khaled’s inclusion of Jamaican Artists on his albums aren’t new, and some of the features have made multiple appearances. We’re curious to know who’s next on the list for Khaled’s next album.