DJ Khaled is working on his forthcoming album, Father of Asahd, and flew to Jamaica to add a few touches to the project, with the help of Buju Banton who was just released from prison.
Khaled hasn’t visited the island in 12 years due to his fear of flying. But following the birth of his son, Asahd Khaled, he began taking flights two years ago.
As soon as he touched down he linked up with Buju who admitted that it was his first time back in a studio since he came home after serving an eight-year bid on drug-related charges.
If you follow DJ Khaled, then you will know that he used to live in Jamaica and frequently promotes the culture. His relationship with the reggae icon began in the 1990s during his disc jockey days.
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FATHER OF ASAHD X @bujuofficial ?? @djkhaled @budafuco96 ——————————————————— Only Rasta can liberate the people Over hills and valleys too Don't let them fool you Don't believe for a minute that they are with you Jah free the people Over hills and valleys too Don't let them fool you Don't believe for a minute, they don't like you Why try to make I unhappy Really I don't know If it was up to them my friend We would never see the sun nor the snow Through that mystical communication within We keep on coming together I love to see brothers and sisters Looking out for one another That's the way it should be Not contrary, stop tearing down each other Hard drugs won't do You're just behaving like they want you to Arrogance is much different from ignorance And I know you feel the same way too Many live this life without having a clue No reason why they are so sad and blue Places to go so much things to do Not a moment to reflect on the cycle of life It hard, it hard, it hard (yeah) Mek them know we waan go home a we yard It hard, it hard, it hard (let them know) Let them know we waan go home a we yard It hard, it hard, it hard (let them know) Let them know we waan go home a we yard It hard, it hard, it hard (oh god) We waan go home