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.
Here’s an interesting compilation of footage chronicling DJ Khaled’s journey to create his new single “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie” over the span of a few individual studio sessions with Swizz Beatz, T.I. and Meek Mill. Watch as the We The Best Music Group head honcho speaks on finally having the opportunity to collaborate with his long-time friend Swizz Beatz and begins the recruitment process to fill in the verses on his new smash song. Go behind-the-scenes to see how it all came together and the type of work ethic that a single track can require.
DJ Absolut delivers the visual treatment for his new star studded single “All We Know.” The party anthem features the likes of Swizz Beatz, Ace Hood, Ray J, Bow Wow and Fat Joe. The visual takes viewers appropriately to the club as the track finds all the artists celebrating their success as they lace the track with lyrics focused on their lavish lifestyles and expensive habits.