NBA Youngboy’s Team Shades DJ Khaled For “GOD DID” Exclusion
The NBA Youngboys team appears to feel left out of DJ Khaled’s star-studded album “GOD DID.”
You best know that DJ Khaled will feature the top stars in the industry on every album he releases. It’s the same with God Did. The renowned Miami DJ published the project’s official tracklist this afternoon.
The 18-song album boasts two Drake features, as well as cameos from Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and many more illustrious people. Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Kodak Black, and Nardo Wick are among the newer artists in the industry who are featured on God Did. The most productive musician among them all, nevertheless, seems to feel left out of the album.
“Damn he don’t got the goat on there ‘lil top,'” the comment reads. “He must not like us too.”
According to No Jumper, NBA Youngboy’s group appeared to criticize Khaled for leaving out the Louisiana rapper from his upcoming album. The Never Broke Again account left a remark on Khaled’s post saying that the God Did singer must not like YB.
Khaled hasn’t yet commented to the remark, but it appears that his exclusion is consistent with accusations that NBA Youngboy has been shunned by the business.
But Khaled is a numbers man, and collaboration with NBA Youngboy is one approach to increase streaming. The Last Slimeto artist YB doesn’t work with musicians outside of his circle very often, so it makes sense that he would be selective about which songs he was featured on.