DJ Khaled liberates his new music video for the slightly controversial “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie” track that’s featured on his new album Suffering From Success. After the song’s concept and title was unveiled plenty of Hip Hop enthusiasts began weighing in on the use of the names from the late great artists which eventually sparked a debate. Khaled’s new music video takes things a bit further and showcases vintage clips of Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. from interviews and in the studio. Take a look at the new black and white visual which also showcases spliced clips of Khaled and company as they perform their respective verses.
DJ Khaled releases a new music video for his latest single “Never Surrender” featured on his upcoming Suffering From Success LP. The visual finds each artist performing to the camera out on the block as they lace the mellow instrumental with introspective rhymes about the code of the streets and the struggles endured in order to survive. This is definitely one of the more standout tracks off Suffering From Success which will be available in stores on October 22.
Just when you think you’ve heard the last leak off DJ Khaled’s upcoming Suffering From Success LP, they pull you right back in with another track. Fans this time get a taste of some raw lyricism courtesy of J. Cole and Bas who effortlessly ride the infectious instrumental on “Hell’s Kitchen.” Take a listen as Cole and Bas drop some introspective rhymes for listeners and focus on making it out off the streets, recognizing the real from the fake and having the drive to move forward despite the odds and life’s obstacles.
Here’s yet another leak off DJ Khaled’s Suffering From Success album with Lil Wayne’s solo offering titled “Not Motive.” Equipped with hard-hitting bass and sporting an electronic influence, Weezy turns the energy up and showcases his crafty wordplay. Suffering From Success will be in stores next week on October 22.
DJ Khaled continues to flood the net with new releases featured on his upcoming Suffering From Success LP. “Never Surrender” was premiered by Funkmaster Flex and showcases a more mellow and conceptual tune from the Miami native compared to his recent upbeat leaks. Backed by a catchy violin loop, Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Akon, John Legend and Anthony Hamilton focus their efforts on channeling their early struggles, reflecting on life’s toughest moments and encouraging listeners to overcome their hardships.
Revolt TV catches up with Rick Ross, Future, Meek Mill and DJ Khaled to discuss We The Best Music Group and the upcoming Suffering From Success LP. Watch as Rozay breaks down Khaled’s work ethic and his accomplishments before reassuring fans they’re in for an experience with Suffering From Success. Future opens up about his chemistry with DJ Khaled in the studio and gives up details behind his contributions to the album. Back out on the streets, DJ Khaled delivers some commentary on what fans can expect to hear from him and promises viewers he’ll be at the monumental launch for Revolt TV.
Raise your glasses and celebrate success with DJ Khaled and company for the latest Suffering From Success single titled “I’m Still.” Co-starring the likes of Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Ace Hood and Wale, the new street banger finds the artists lacing the track with confident lines in regards to success and their drive to continue to shine with their respective work ethics despite the hate or any naysayers. Also included is an alternate version of the song which features an unreleased verse from Chris Brown which finds the singer rapping and sending shots towards a number of industry figures such as Rhianna. Suffering From Success is due in stores October 22.