XXcLusive: DJ Khaled Reveals Kiss The Ring Tracklist

A King reppin’ Miami has lived up to the boast, “Not one, not two, not three, not four, not five…” Six and counting. The fact of the matter is that DJ Khaled has more albums than a lot of current rappers. On August 21, the monster mogul will drop his latest offering, Kiss The Ring.

Half a dozen LPs in, Khaled tells XXL: ”I’m not stopping! Every year is my year. This is called ‘hit after hit.’”

Once again, Khaled has assembled some of hip-hop’s mightiest MCs to spit rhymes on his new opus. Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Nas, Scarface, Kendrick Lamar, Future, J. Cole, Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Jadakiss are just some of the gladiators unleashing heavy artillery for the album. Khaled just finished the video for his next single “I Wish You Would” with Ross, Kanye and director Hype Williams.

In this XXL exclusive, below is the Kiss The Ring Deluxe Edition Tracklist, according to West The Best Records.—Shaheem Reid (@ShaheemReid)

1. “Shout Out To The Real”
DJ Khaled featuring Meek Mill, Ace Hood and Plies

2. “B****es and Bottles (Let’s Get It Started)”
DJ Khaled featuring Lil Wayne, T.I. And Future

3. “I Wish You Would”
DJ Khaled featuring Kanye West and Rick Ross

4. “Take It To The Head”
DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne

5. “They Ready”
DJ Khaled featuring J. Cole, Big K.R.I.T. and Kendrick Lamar

6. “I’m So Blessed”
DJ Khaled featuring Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, Ace Hood and T-Pain

7. “Hip-Hop”
DJ Khaled featuring Scarface and Nas

8. “I Did It For My Dawgz”
DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Meek Mill, French Montana and Jadakiss

9. “I Don’t See Em”
DJ Khaled featuring Birdman, Ace Hood, and 2 Chainz

10. “Don’t Pay 4 It”
DJ Khaled featuring Wale, Tyga, Mack Maine and Kirko Bangz

11. “Suicidal Thoughts”
DJ Khaled featuring Mavado

12. “Outro (They Don’t Want War)”
DJ Khaled featuring Ace Hood

Bonus

“Don’t Get Me Started”
Ace Hood

“Aktion Pak”
Mavado

“B Boyz”
Birdman featuring DJ Khaled, Kendrick Lamar, Ace Hood, Mack Maine

  • MARK KEYS

    I find that this article is very subjective and a waste of my time. Bangledash isn’t and probably won’t be relavent in a comparison to Swizz Beatz. In addition to my statement, he is one of the most inarticulate individuals in the ‘rap game’.

    Here’s my advice to the journalist and to Bangledash: Learn sentence structure and respect your elders.

  • that nigga

    Nas is just the best. Those verses on Arlissa song were incredible.

  • aaron

    this dude could not even keep his career going yet you want me to believe that he could bring in newand creative artist..This is why te music industry is doing bad…Bring in real creative people not a washed up artist with no ear….smh

  • Peterson Kayne

    @Mark Keys. Wats that got to do wit ma nigga Jeezy.. yu learn to use ya fuckin eyes, dont be spoilin good stuff wit ya bullshit. Fact: Swizz is Great. n Bangladesh produced Ether so, they both awesome prducers,
    Aannd, they grown ass men, they can resolve their issues without yo weak ass advice.
    So Shut – The Fuck Up!!
    Shout out to Jizzle – The Realest nigga in the motherfuckin BS

  • naw dog

    @Peterson Kayne what are you talking about?? Ron Browz produced ether, not Bangladesh therefore your point is invalid.

  • Hip-Hop 4 real

    Its funny how people don’t give this man his credit!!!!! Most producers are known for few songs but this man has made albums…..Even a few producers have either stolen or sampled his music. Unlike half the people on this blog, he is educated on the history and state of hip-hop…He is also a part of that history. Therefore, he has earned the right to talk whatever the fu*k he wants to when it come to his music and the state of hip-hop. Also, the industry has turn heavily to downloading you can’t even tell what he has or haven’t produced but because he not out front with a mic in his hands most people say he fell off. When G.O.O.D Music Cruel Summer September 4 then we will know what he can do!