DJ Khaled may be one of the most affable personalities in hip-hop today, but the label executive still gets intimated by the presence of a superstar like Beyoncé. In a new interview with the New York Times, Khaled explained that he remains nervous around the singer despite being part of her Formation world tour.

"I'm very quiet. Every time I've ever seen her is when I'm with my brother Jay Z, and I just say, 'Hi,' and I look the other way so fast, and I kind of run," Khaled said. "I just don’t want to say nothing too much. I’m not messing that up."

The king of Snapchat also spoke about the major keys that have become a staple of his persona. When asked how many keys to success there are, DJ Khaled told the New York Times that there are an infinite amount of keys.

"The keys can never run out, you know what I’m saying?" Khaled said. "Sometimes when you get a key, it gets you another key, and gets you another key. One of my major keys is actually the master keys: God. In my life, they’ve hid the keys from me, so I’ve overcome and weathered a lot of storms."

You can check out the entire interview to get DJ Khaled's thoughts on gardening, his favorite kind of flower and a list of what the top three keys to success are.

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