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Exclusive: DJ Khaled has worked with everyone. Check out ten of his best posse cuts.

The infamous sufferer from success, DJ Khaled, has undeniably brought together some of today’s best hits. You know you’ve at least heard one song that screams “This is what we do! We da best!” Which means DJ Khaled jumped on that track. Seems like he’s worked with everybody in the Rap game, bringing us some dope collaborations. Here are some of DJ Khaled’s top bangers.

"We Takin' Over"

From DJ Khaled's second album, We the Best, this song features Akon, Lil Wayne, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, and Birdman. One city at a time, this single charted at number 26 for both the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

"I'm So Hood"

T-Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, and Plies are so hood in this street banger. Also from DJ Khaled's second album, We the Best, this track was his most popular and highest charted song, ranking number ten on the US Billboard Hot 100, until "I'm On One."

"All I Do Is Win"

You know you've put your hands up to this club hit. Featuring T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, and Rick Ross, this track became DJ Khaled's most successful single. Off his fourth studio album, Victory, released in 2010, it was certified Double Platinum by the RIAA. Thank you, DJ Khaled, for making us all feel like winners.

"I'm On One"

We all know Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne are on one because this banger went Triple Platinum. From DJ Khaled’s fifth studio album, We The Best Forever, it was the first album to be released under a major label.

"No New Friends"

The same rappers featured on “I’m On One,” Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne came together again to bust this hit last year. This track went Gold getting everybody on the day one anthem.

 

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"Grammy Family"

Featuring Kanye West, Consequence, and John Legend, this old number is a classic head nodder. This track comes from DJ Khaled's first album, Listennn… the Album, which released in 2006.

"Bitches and Bottles"

Sure to get you hyped, Lil Wayne, T.I., and Future got it started on this beat. Kiss the Ring, DJ Khaled’s sixth studio album, has a couple of good tracks, this being one. Turn up.

"They Ready"

We were ready to hear this track when the biggest East Coast rapper, West Coast rapper, and Southern rapper at the time came together to rhyme on this beat. With J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T., and Kendrick Lamar, DJ Khaled definitely gave us a good trio.

"I Did It For My Dawgz"

A street anthem without a doubt, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Jada Kiss, and French Montana went in on this beat. This song is also from DJ Khaled's 2012 released album, Kiss the Ring.

"I'm Still"

A dope "drink to that" banger, this track is featured on DJ Khaled's most recent album, Suffering from Success. Chris Brown, Wale, Wiz Khalifa, and Ace Hood do their thing on this somewhat slower tempo.

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38 Comments

  • Anonymous

    Nigga got Rick Ross on like every damn single. Tryna keep Miami alive cuz let's face it....who else they got? and don't say Pitbull. he doesn't count with his sellout bullshit

  • Anonymous

    this fat talentless hack did nothing but yell his name over the tracks yet on each single cover he's lookin all serious and introspective as if he just created a masterpiece foh

  • Anonymous

    Yeah but what did he actually do lol

  • Anonymous

    grammy family STILL knocks

  • fuck dj khaled

    this list is also missing B-Boyz kendrick mack maine ace hood birdman

  • Anonymous

    Grammy Family I'm From The Ghetto Brown Paper Bag Only Good Khaled Joints.. Dude suckes ever since He started sucking Birdman and Officer Ricky Dick.

  • Anonymous

    grammy family was my first time hearing Khaled, The only song I like from Khaled, everything else is meaningless.

  • Mentor Beats

    .... Where's Hip Hop ft Nas & Scarface..

  • Keenan Taylor

    I'm On One(Drake , Rick Ross , Lil Wayne) HipHop(Nas,Scarface) Future(Ace Hood , Meek Mill , Big Sean , Wale) Welcome to my Hood (Rick Ross , Plies , Lil Wayne) Welcome to my Hood Remix (Ludacris,T-Pain,Busta Rhymes,Twista,Game,Ace Hood,Birdman,Fat Joe,Jadakiss,Waka Flocka,Bun B,Mavado) I'm Still (Chris Brown,Wale,Wiz Khalifa,Ace Hood) They Don't Love You No More (Meek Mill,Rick Ross,French Montana,Jay-Z) They Ready (J. Cole,Big Krit,Kendrick Lamar) We Takin Over (T.I.,Lil Wayne , Rick Ross , Fat Joe, Akon, Birdman) All I Do Is Win Remix (Nicki,Rick Ross,Busta Rhymes,Fabolous,T-Pain)

  • anonymous

    nice to hear some old pre-skateboard wayne on the we takin over joint

  • 001

    My list: 1 Hip Hop ft Nas & Scarface 2 Never Surrender ft Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, John Legend, Anthony Hamilton & Akon 3 Victory ft Nas & John Legend 4 Im On One ft Drake, Rick Ross & Lil' Wayne 5 Go Hard Ft Kanye West & T-Pain 6 Fed Up ff Drake, Jeezy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross & Usher 7 We Takin Over ft Akon, Lil Wayne, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, & Birdman 8 Welcome To My Hood ft T-pain ft Rick Ross, Plies & Lil Wayne 9 Sleep When I Gone ft Cee Lo Green, Game & Busta Rhymes 10 Legendary ft Chris Brown, Keyshia Cole & Ne-Yo..

  • Anonymous

    Where's Hip-Hop?????

  • OKAY THEY FORGOT HIP HOP

    Get over it.

  • Anonymous

    I never had a problem with this site till I saw this list doesn't include hiphop ??!! you guys are officially saying that you only want money poppin bottles music or what ? how can u not include the only real song khaled has ever made in his whole career which is one of the best songs in a while too

  • AFM

    How can you not include HipHop ft Nas, Scarface and Premier ?? Hiphop is the best song Khaled has ever contributed to in his whole career, it's a fucking good song. Whoever wrote this is a dumbass and should get fucking fired.

  • Dan

    "DJ Khaled has worked with everyone" yet these videos pretty much have the same rappers. Smh. This guy is a joke

  • Anonymous

    this nigga and Rick Ross are secret gay lovers. thats the only way to explain how Ross is the only guy on every one of his albums and 90% of his singles.

  • klnjkn

    LOL @ 'Hip Hop' not being included

  • Anonymous

    Why do all these songs sound the same?

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  • Esco

    Where the hell is "Hip Hop" Nas,Scarface,Premo,Justice League. That's the best song he ever was apart of, and the least annoying on. This is straight up Blasphemy

  • Anonymous

    all this trash sounds the same. sand nigga been doing the same shit for 10 years. same beats, same rappers, same videos. try something new you fat slob.

  • Anonymous

    this fat arab is one of the reasons hip hop is slowly dying.

  • Jay

    I expected to see a blank page when I read the headline...

  • oskamadison

    Wow, NO "Hip-Hop", huh? I would give you half a point for including Grammy Family (which, truth be told was REALLY made famous by Hov's freestyle) but the omission of "Hip-Hop" leaves you in a deficit...

  • Blue

    HUGE Co-Sign on Mack's post... No DJ Premier Nas & Scarface???? #FOH with this list!!

  • Mack Messiah

    ...... no NAS and scarface and DJ Premier??? this is a HIP HOP site right???.... the song is called "HIP HOP" ---- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AoJUwL2FGE ----

  • Chi-Ill

    I wonder what he has to say after his rant on ESPN?! We the Champions, The Spurs cheated.. Blah Blah Blah! Fat Fukk need to quit and STFU!!!

  • Big Deal Neil

    haven't heard from DJ Khaled since the Spurs whooped dat Heat Ass! WE DE BEST!

  • Anonymous

    there is no Hip-Hop with Premo, Nas and Scarface. get the fucc outta here with bullshit list

    • jared marshall

      Agree 100%. HipHopDX is a joke of a website.

    • kilindini

      exactly man...

    • Chris

      Exactly! How you can leave off "Hip-Hop" with it being one of the best collaborations of the 2000's (let alone DJ Khaled's carrer) is beyond me. It doesn't seem like the journalist took enough time to think this piece through! Either that or her taste in music extremely skewed! If it were his Top 10 Biggest "Hits" that would be one thing, but she worded it "Best". I know almost all journalism is subjective and opinionated (which I respect), but I'm pretty sure almost all hip-hop fans would agree that DJ Khaled's biggest and "BEST" career accomplishment is getting Nas/Scarface/DJ Premier/Justice League to callaborate and create that timeless masterpiece...

    • Humz

      My thoughts exactly...