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Victory

by DJ Khaled

Victory by DJ Khaled

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Victory

by DJ Khaled

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Label: eOne Music
No year is complete without a DJ Khaled compilation, an annual ritual where the Miami-based tastemaker blusters through an hour's worth of mixtape cuts and one or two legitimate hits. The opening "Intro" finds our host at his overheated best, claiming, "I have been through every road block, I have seen and been through the evilest hate ever." After that, fast-forward to the singles, namely the bottle-popping anthem "Fed Up" with Lil Wayne, Drake, Young Jeezy and Rick Ross. But don't skip over "Bringing Real Rap Back," a scrappy assault on ringtone rappers by Richmond, Virg. newcomer Rum.

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No year is complete without a DJ Khaled compilation, an annual ritual where the Miami-based tastemaker blusters through an hour's worth of mixtape cuts and one or two legitimate hits. The opening "Intro" finds our host at his overheated best, claiming, "I have been through every road block, I have seen and been through the evilest hate ever." After that, fast-forward to the singles, namely the bottle-popping anthem "Fed Up" with Lil Wayne, Drake, Young Jeezy and Rick Ross. But don't skip over "Bringing Real Rap Back," a scrappy assault on ringtone rappers by Richmond, Virg. newcomer Rum.

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About This Album

No year is complete without a DJ Khaled compilation, an annual ritual where the Miami-based tastemaker blusters through an hour's worth of mixtape cuts and one or two legitimate hits. The opening "Intro" finds our host at his overheated best, claiming, "I have been through every road block, I have seen and been through the evilest hate ever." After that, fast-forward to the singles, namely the bottle-popping anthem "Fed Up" with Lil Wayne, Drake, Young Jeezy and Rick Ross. But don't skip over "Bringing Real Rap Back," a scrappy assault on ringtone rappers by Richmond, Virg. newcomer Rum.