DJ Khaled Feat. Big Sean, Kendrick Lamar & Betty Wright – Holy Key

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Hip-Hop merits all the more Big Sean and Kendrick Lamar coordinated efforts.

DJ Khaled has had quite a year following the arrival of his twelfth studio collection Khaled in April. Similarly as with any DJ Khaled project, the 14-track project highlighted colossal visitor appearances from Drake, 21 Savage, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Nas, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Lil Wayne, Cardi B, and a few other high-profile craftsmen. The organization that he kept on Khaled was sufficient to push DJ Khaled’s most recent task to the highest point of the Billboard 200, yet upon the collection’s delivery, numerous fans longed for a DJ Khaled of the past.

Those fans can get energized on the grounds that today denotes the five-year commemoration of one of DJ Khaled’s exemplary collections: Major Key. Delivered during the stature of Khaled’s “Key Alert” period via web-based media, DJ Khaled’s 10th studio collection was reinforced by hit tracks like “For Free” with Drake and “I Got The Keys” with Jay-Z and Future, and it flaunted visitor highlights from J. Cole, Bryson Tiller, Nas, Kodak Black, Jeezy, Wale, Wiz Khalifa, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, and significantly more.

One of the collection’s most generally welcomed tracks was its third single, the Big Sean, Kendrick Lamar, and Betty Wright-helped track “Heavenly Key.” Packed with bars about religion, legislative issues, and police severity, “Sacred Key” filled in as a profound and hard-hitting follow-up to Kendrick Lamar and Big Sean’s notorious Hall of Fame outtake “Control,” short the name-dropping.

Return to “Heavenly Key” underneath and remark who you think had the harder section between Kendrick Lamar and Big Sean.

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