The king of music anthems, DJ Khaled, chopped it up with the king of late night talk, Larry King, to discuss some pretty interesting topics on the host's web series Larry King Now. The mega-hit producer who brought you radio bangers like "We The Best," "They Don't Love You No More", and "All I Do Is Win" knows a thing or two about creating a great track, which is why he was able to give insight on the hip hop game, as well as, reveal some personal information about himself and other artists.

In the interview, DJ Khaled spoke about working with Jay Z, mistakes a lot of young rappers are making now-a-days, his eagerness to work with Eminem, his fear of flying (his last flight was six years ago, and of course troubles in the Middle East. For those who are unaware, DJ Khaled is of Palestinian descent.

Look out for his forthcoming album, I've Changed A Lot, dropping this fall, along with his new line of headphones.