DJ Khaled Is Going Big With 'Khaled Khaled' Album After Revealing H.E.R. & Post Malone Sent Him Their Vocals

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DJ Khaled has been hard at work getting his 12th studio album Khaled Khaled ready for his fans. On Monday (March 22), DJ Khaled shared footage of himself and the Migos getting some studio time in for the highly-anticipated album and it doesn’t seem like the Miami native is done going big on the features.

On Tuesday (March 23), DJ Khaled took to Instagram to reveal the next A-listers on his upcoming album Khaled Khaled. The expectations are high for this album, and DJ Khaled isn’t going to miss an opportunity to go as far as he can with the features. To make that clear, Khaled brought Grammy Award-winning artists Post Malone and H.E.R. into the fold to help bring his vision for Khaled Khaled to life.

In the first Instagram post, DJ Khaled shared a texting conversation between himself and Walter Jones, H.E.R.’s manager.

“Rise and shine give the most high the glory,” Jones texted Khaled before he sent H.E.R.’s vocals following a quick countdown. Khaled, in his usual animated self, responded to Jones with a mind-blown emoji to express how excited he was about the guest feature.

 

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In a second post, DJ Khaled shared a screenshot of his FaceTime call with Post Malone, who appeared to have just finished recording his vocals for the new album. Again, Khaled was ecstatic after hearing what Malone did to his track, sharing his reaction in a third Instagram post.

 

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If there’s anything fans know about DJ Khaled, he knows how to get fans hype for his music. On Monday (March 22), DJ Khaled shared photos and videos of him linking up with Migos for the day at his Miami home. The group got some grub in and posed for pics with Khaled’s children before heading to the studio. In the footage, Khaled is his usual cheerful self while the Atlanta trio grabs an airhorn to sound their approval of the track they all just put together.

“That’s a hit,” Khaled said in one of the videos. “That’s a hit. That’s a smash. That ain’t even mixed, that ain’t even nothing, oh my god.”