Miami’s DJ Khaled teamed with Hip hop’s OGs Scarface and Jadakiss, newcomer Meek Mill and crooners Anthony Hamilton, John Legend and Akon on the street-tale“Never Surrender” from Khaled’s Suffering from Success.
Houston’s legend Brad Jordan salutes Khaled, on World Star Hip hop, for getting the job done as a producer.
“A lot of people get that fucked up. They think that a producer make beats and shit,” the Rap-A-Lot artist said. “No, a producer gets the job done. Khaled is more of a producer than a whole bunch of motherfuckers that make beats, in my opinion.”
The South Park Village emcee’s opinion holds weight like a south side kingpin pushing kilos.
Mr. Scarface verse on “Never Surrender” reminisces on an incident that happened on the south side of Houston about twenty years ago. “The story that I wrote about was a story right here. His homeboy, they was all in the house after a party, they was chilliln’ and kickin’ it, whatever, I guess. Killed the homie, took the money, got him to open the safe, locked him back up in the house. Twenty years ago, twenty-one years ago. It’s the first time we’ve been back over here in these particular apartments. I just felt like it was only right to show this shit, because this is like a pillar.”
Suffering from Success will be released Oct. 22. The album also features Diddy, Rick Ross, Big Sean, Timbaland, Lil Wayne, Drake and more.
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Words By: Darryl Robertson