DJ Khaled expresses interest in collaborating with Britney Spears.
The hip-hop entrepreneur claimed that Britney Spears is on his short list of potential collaborators shortly after the publication of his brand-new album God Did.
He was asked if he would ever work with the pop singer, who just collaborated with Elton John on “Hold Me Closer,” during an interview with “Extra” at Sunday’s VMAs.
Khaled stated, “I will collaborate with anyone that is portraying the passion of the music. “Working together is a wonderful thing. It’s crucial that we collaborate and write fantastic tunes.
Then he continued, “Of course, I would, I’m ready to answer your inquiry!”
The master of collaboration released his 13th studio album on Friday. It features collaborations with Drake, Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Future, SZA, and JAY-Z, who is featured on the album’s lead single.
As Khaled recounted, “I played JAY-Z my record.” He remarked that it was my best album, and I felt fortunate to have him appear on the song “God Did,” which I produced.
This is Khaled’s 13th album, and he said, “It feels wonderful to name my 13th album God Did and to make my finest album on my 13th album, that’s a blessing.” “Just thankful… When you truly adore something, I had the distortion completely shut out and was simply tuned in when God intervened and said, “Yo, go do God’s work.” God was the one who had their faith—not them.
The number-one song on the charts the following week is likely to be God Did. The album is expected to sell 105–115,000 units in its first week, according to early projections.