“Exclusive: DJ Khaled on New Album ‘Grateful,’ Conquering Snapchat and Dreams of Movie Stardom” -Newsweek

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Summary: ” In October, he Snapchatted his fiancée, and partner of 13 years, Nicole Tuck, giving birth to Asahd, who currently makes daily appearances on his feed. DJ Khaled with his son Asahd, eight months, who has two Rolls Royces. I just love the smell.”) Asahd, on the other hand, is growing up with two Rolls-Royces in the garage, which could might possibly conceivably undermine such Khaledian catchphrases as “Success is a process.” “I’m not worried at all, because I’ll raise up him right,” says Khaled. Like for instance, the friendly Siamese cat that has wandered into the living room. “I just feel care for I am born with it, you know what I’m saying? I want to give my son all of the joy and happiness and anything he wants and I am also gonna show him the hard work you’ve to do to have access to these things.” (Asahd, it ought to be noted, has an executive producer credit on Grateful and the points that accompany it.) “Because if it ain’t love, I do not want to be involved.” He will say that he appreciates just how numerous Americans came together over with the issue of a travel ban. So I am telling everybody, I’m waving the flag: I’m the next Denzel, get me now.” But just to be clear: “I think that in a humble way—I’m here to work.” So if you miss Khaled yelling his name at the commencement of his latest, No. There’s a lot of white, care for the little baby grand piano in the marble entrance hall that matches the baby-sized baby grand (a gift, for Asahd, Khaled’s 8-month-old son, from Alicia Keys) in the white-carpeted living room. Tuck wears a matching diamond “Allah” chain around her neck but she doesn’t share together Khaled’s faith. Still, he says, “I’m gonna raise up Asahd the way I was raised: Muslim. Khaled tells me that he prays, for peace between Palestinians and Israelis every day and that he hopes to bring Asahd to Jerusalem once he’s grown. His newest album, Grateful , is set to drop down in less than a month (June 23) and he’s still working on the track list and video shoots. One thing he needs to know: God is the greatest.” Khaled is arguably the almost all famous Muslim in America today. “I’m letting everybody know: Get me while you can,” he says of these smaller roles. I ask the question if, in the language of Khaled, Trump is a “they.” “I do not get into politics, because I don’t know nothing about it and I don’t want to know nothing about it,” he says. A more concise version, a book titled The Keys, was published as a book last year; chapters include “Stay Humble,” “Success Is a Process”, and “Have a Lot of Pillows.” But the hyperactive, hyper-sharing Khaled hasn’t shared everything. On a cloudy day in late May, an hour at the end of our interview was supposed to begin, DJ Khaled is pacing around the living room of his new house on the north slopes of Beverly Hills.”

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