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Suffering From Success

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Suffering From Success by DJ Khaled

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Suffering From Success

by DJ Khaled

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Label: Cash Money
DJ Khaled opens Suffering From Success with the sounds of President Obama entering a fundraiser to "All We Do Is Win," the anthem from his 2010 album Victory. Yes, Khaled's talent for making sports arena hits makes him largely critic-proof, but that doesn't stop him from hectoring those "haters" trying to stop this natural born winner. With an all-star roster led by Future's mumbling hooks, Khaled hammers this theme again and again, from "Blackball" to "No New Friends." It's a welcome surprise when Nicki Minaj briefly switches lanes for the Caribbean pop of "Give It All To Me."

About This Album

DJ Khaled opens Suffering From Success with the sounds of President Obama entering a fundraiser to "All We Do Is Win," the anthem from his 2010 album Victory. Yes, Khaled's talent for making sports arena hits makes him largely critic-proof, but that doesn't stop him from hectoring those "haters" trying to stop this natural born winner. With an all-star roster led by Future's mumbling hooks, Khaled hammers this theme again and again, from "Blackball" to "No New Friends." It's a welcome surprise when Nicki Minaj briefly switches lanes for the Caribbean pop of "Give It All To Me."

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About This Album

DJ Khaled opens Suffering From Success with the sounds of President Obama entering a fundraiser to "All We Do Is Win," the anthem from his 2010 album Victory. Yes, Khaled's talent for making sports arena hits makes him largely critic-proof, but that doesn't stop him from hectoring those "haters" trying to stop this natural born winner. With an all-star roster led by Future's mumbling hooks, Khaled hammers this theme again and again, from "Blackball" to "No New Friends." It's a welcome surprise when Nicki Minaj briefly switches lanes for the Caribbean pop of "Give It All To Me."