DJ Khaled and Drake join forces, reference Kendrick Lamar on “For Free” — listen

Khaled's upcoming Major Key LP also features Kanye West, Jay Z, and Future


    DJ Khaled, the master guru of #blessup, has a new album coming out titled Major Key. The LP is said to feature an impressive batch of hip-hop kingpins, including Kanye West, Drake, Jay Z, Future, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross.

    As a preview of the 12-track effort, Khaled took to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 program today to premiere his Drake collaboration, “For Free”. “Got girls that I shoulda made pay for it,” Drizzy can be heard rhyming over a smooth backdrop produced by OVO Sound affiliates Nineteen85 and Jordan Ullman of Majid Jordan. “Got girls that I shoulda made wait for it.”

    Elsewhere on the track, Drake references Kendrick Lamar’s “For Free? (Interlude)”, off To Pimp a Butterfly. “And like your boy from Compton said/ You know this (expletive) ain’t free.”


    Stream “For Free” below.

    Also, hear Khaled’s interview with Lowe.

    This isn’t the first time Khaled and the 6 God have joined forces. Previously, they worked together on 2013’s “No New Friends” and 2011’s “I’m On One”.

    Major Key is due out sometime this year via Epic Records.

    Update — Friday, June 24th at 9:20 a.m. CT: During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, DJ Khaled unveiled the magnificent album artwork for Major Key.

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