DJ Khaled has delivered new music! This tune flaunts all the late summertime vibes that fans miss in the present moment, and highlights some large names that sneak up all of a sudden.
DJ Khaled is with an amazing vibing group, as he delivers next to Fat Joe, Diddy, Dre, and Cool and Dre, and Amorphous, however that is not all. Is that Rihanna we hear on the snare? It sure seems like it is, and fans are flooding DJ Khaled’s Instagram page inquiring as to whether this is actually her. For the occasion, Rihanna isn’t given any notice or acknowledgment for this tune, and this is causing a tornado of secret encompassing this single.
This tune appears suddenly, however it’s as of now ready to be a hit, and fans online are as of now considering it the “tune of the mid-year.” This is a great deal to satisfy, considering we’re exactly toward the early phase of our colder time of year season at the present time!
DJ Khaled’s subtitle peruses; “Team Work Made The Dream Work” and the video starts with this gathering of tremendously influential men visiting on a blistering summer’s day. DJ Khaled and Diddy begin lauding Fat Joe for the untamed life that he has driven, and they all raising a glass to each other. The scene at that point flips to the perspective of an exquisite lavish yacht that is showing up at an astounding, seaside dream home, and promptly Rihanna rings in with the snare for the melody.
This is the place where it gets fascinating. Her name isn’t credited anyplace on this post, yet fans are 100% certain this is her. Questions have started to whirl about her association in this tune, and fan interest is culminating.
This tune flaunts everything extravagance, with a section of the verses giving a gesture to extravagant excursions in Turks And Caicos. At a certain point, Fat Joe focuses on Diddy saying “toss your Roli’s in the sky,” referring to his costly Rolex watch. Diddy is seen wearing a rich glossy silk robe, and the camera container as the stars present with weighty, precious stone studded chains and pendants, and reach for their stogies.
As the alcohol keeps on streaming, Diddy makes the additional move to pour the overrated bottle he’s holding into the sea in a presentation of sheer riches, as Fat Joe rhymes about the necessity for prenups and how it’s “less expensive to keep ‘er.” The melody mixes new, new beats with an indisputable 90s vibe, and incorporates a gesture to Luther Vandross when the verses from Never Too Much are blended in.
To the extent triumphant numbers go, it would seem that this is ‘another’ for DJ Khaled.