Earlier today, DJ Khaled, announced that “Father of Asahd” is set for a May 2019 release! And he’s already claiming it as his “best album to date.” The Hip Hop mogul readies his 11th studio album, promising it to be one with nothing but hits. “I’m a guy that only wants to make hits. When I roll this album out, I’ma let people know, It’s time to get hits again, cause y’all been oversaturated with so much music that you all forgot what hits are,” Khaled boldly states.
Even Epic Records president, Sylvia Rhone, agrees: “Every single track - it’s the best album you’ve ever made,” she told Khaled. As we wait for the epic release, we take a look back at Khaled’s selection of ice throughout his prosperous career.
A frequent guest at Miami’s LIV Nightclub, it was only right that Khaled dedicated on his boldest chains to the popular venue.
Khaled's pinky stays on freeze with this massive diamond cut ring similar in cut to the King Ice 14k Gold Ruby Crown Julz Ring.
There's just no limit as to how many chains you should rock with one outfit. Oh, and don't forget the pinky rings and wrist weight, to match. Looking to impress with a neck full of chains, too? Check out King Ice's collection.
Revered as one of Hip Hop's most illustrious logos and jewelry pieces, here's Khaled with the iconic Roc-A-Fella chain - fully iced out. We're still unsure if it's more iconic than the Death Row Chain.
Khaled repping his home city and his notable catchphrase: We the best!
Honoring his former group, Terror Squad, and friendship with Fat Joe, Khaled occasionally sports this famous Hip Hop logo as well.
Even Baby Asahd, whom Khaled named his new album after, keeps it more icy than most of us.
And let us not forgot the hilarious moment when DJ Khaled pronounces "jewelry" in his live radio interview with Power 105's, The Breakfast Club.