DJ Khaled showed off some of the names saved in his phone again, rolling out a who’s who of Hip Hop for his upcoming Grateful album.
The 23-song studio album, Khaled’s 10th, features an impressive lineup, along with the previously released Billboard Hot 100-topping “I’m The One,” the Drake-assisted “To The Max” and the Beyoncé and Jay Z duet, “Shining.”
Future makes a major contribution, appearing on five separate tracks, with Travis Scott gracing four.
Alicia Keys and Nicki Minaj team up on “Nobody,” while NYC Hip Hop stalwarts Raekwon and Fat Joe take on “Billy Ocean.”
Khaled makes room for a few rookies too, with Kodak Black appearing on two songs, and 21 Savage joining T.I., Migos and Future for “Iced Out My Arms.”
This is also the first full project for executive producer/Khaled’s infant son Asahd, who may be at risk of peaking early considering how star-packed his first project is.
Check out the full tracklist below ahead of the album’s release on June 23.
[This article has been updated. The following was published June 5, 2017.]
DJ Khaled has set a June 23 release date for his next major project, Grateful.
The announcement of a late-June release date for Grateful comes as Khaled unleashed another single from the album, the Drake-assisted “To The Max.” Previous singles include “Shining” (featuring Jay Z and Beyonce) and the Billboard Hot 100-topping “I’m The One” (featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper, and Lil Wayne).
Fitting with the June 23 release of the album, Grateful will consist of 23 tracks. The number is also the one Khaled’s son dons on the cover art for the latest single.
A detailed tracklist for Grateful has yet to be revealed, but a photo Khaled uploaded to Instagram last month shows him giving Jay Z a peak at it via his phone.
“Another view of me showing HOV the track listing for #GRATEFUL ….release date soon reach,” Khaled wrote in the caption to the photo.
Grateful is currently available for pre-order.