Dj Khaled Reveals Whether He Would Work With T-Pain Again
Despite prior animosity, DJ Khaled claims he would still collaborate with T-Pain.
Together, DJ Khaled and T-Pain have contributed to the history of music by releasing successful duets that have become standards on the charts.
There was a time when it was uncommon to turn on the radio without hearing a T-Pain and DJ Khaled song, from “All I Do Is Win” to “I’m So Hood.” The Florida stars’ friendship, however, took a turn in 2013 when T-Pain discussed Khaled and his connection with Future in an interview, as happens with most wonderful things.
Pain said to Vibe: “Future is currently active. Khaled deals with the current hotness, so he obviously doesn’t need T-Pain when he already has T-Pain.
For him, changing people is not a huge problem. I would have acted in the same manner if I were DJ Khaled. He won’t be a rapper or a producer, but he will put all the gorgeous folks on a song nonetheless. This is Khaled’s claim to fame.”
Since then, DJ Khaled and Future have worked together on a number of significant songs, including “I Got The Keys,” which features Jay-Z, and “Top Off,” which also includes Hov and Beyoncé. For the title track of his upcoming 13th studio album, God Did, Khaled hinted a duet with Future and Lil Baby last week.
The last time T-Pain and Khaled collaborated on a song was over ten years ago. In a recent excerpt from his forthcoming Drink Champs interview, Khaled expressed his willingness to collaborate with the creator of Nappy Boy Entertainment, saying,
“I love T-Pain. I’m down. What we made together, nobody can ever duplicate that in life. Some records off my head, “I’m So Hood,” “Go Hard” “All I Do Is Win.” He wrote “Out Here Gridin” … He’s so talented, his melody game. He’s from Florida. He’s special. What we’ve down together is unbelievable. I always got love for T-Pain.”
What do you think of DJ Khaled and T-Pain getting back together?