Kanye West, Nas and Nicki Minaj to feature on new DJ Khaled album

Rapper, producer and radio host announces an all-star line-up for 'Kiss The Ring'

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Kanye West, Nas and Nicki Minaj are set to feature on the new DJ Khaled album.

The rapper, producer and radio host and member of hip-hop group Terror Squad will follow up his 2011 album 'We The Best Forever', which featured Jay-Z and Cee-Lo Green, with his sixth studio album 'Kiss The Ring' on August 21. Rick Ross, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne are also set to make appearances on the record.

The tracklisting for 'Kiss The Ring' is as follows:

'Shout Out to the Real' (ft. Meek Mill, Ace Hood, and Plies)
'Bitches & Bottles (Let's Get It Started)' (ft. Lil Wayne, T.I., and Future)
'I Wish You Would' (ft. Kanye West and Rick Ross)
'Take It to the Head' (ft. Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, and Lil Wayne)
'They Ready' (ft. J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T., and Kendrick Lamar) (Produced by J. Cole)
'I'm So Blessed' (ft. Big Sean, Ace Hood, Wiz Khalifa, and TE./Co-Produced by DJ Khaled)
'Hip Hop' (ft. Scarface, Nas, and DJ Premier)
'I Did It for My Dawgz' (ft. Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, and Jadakiss)
'I Don't See Em' (ft. Birdman, Ace Hood, and 2 Chainz)
'Don't Pay 4 It' (ft. Wale, Tyga, Mack Maine, and Kirko Bangz)
'Suicidal Thoughts' (ft. Mavado)
'Outro (They Don't Want War)' (ft. Ace Hood)
'Don't Get Me Started' ( ft.Ace Hood)
'Aktion Pak' (ft. Mavado)
'B Boyz' (ft. Birdman, Kendrick Lamar, Ace Hood, and Mack Maine)


Khaled released his debut album 'Listennn…The Album' in 2006. He then went on to release 'We The Best' in 2007, followed by 'We Global' in 2008 and 'Victory' in 2010 before 2011's 'We The Best Forever'.

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