Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, John Legend, Akon & Anthony Hamilton Appear In DJ Khaled’s Never Surrender (Video)

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DJ Khaled has pulled off some pretty substantial collaborations over the years. In addition to his extensive work with YMCMB and Maybach Music Group, it was Khaled who united Jadakiss and Beanie Sigel, it was Khaled who pushed the button on “Grammy Family,” which will be a highlight of the G.O.O.D. Music 1.0 story. Here, Khaled gets as soulful as ever, with a Hip-Hop undertow. After last week’s release of the Suffering From Success cut, who would have thought that the Cash Money DJ could logistically pull off a video?

He does, with callbacks to Ruff Ryders’ “World War 3,” which at least two of these artists should remember very well. That said, who do you think steals the show, musically and in terms of rhymes? An argument seems plausible for all parties.

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