Miami DJ Khaled has announced that he would like to collaborate with rapper Eminem for a rap anthem.
Khaled has collaborated with some of the best. His second album "We the Best" had collaborations with T-Pain, Rick Ross, Akon, T.I., Fat Joe, Birdman, Lil Wayne. He has also collaborated with Kanye West, Nas, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Usher, Drake, Fat Joe, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes.
Now the DJ, who is wellknown for his collaborations, wants to make one with Eminem. He told MTV's RapFix Live show, March 13 that "Tell Eminem I want to do a record with him, and I think the fans and the people, they wanna see that too. I need help on that. Sway, can you talk to Em?"
He continued, "He's amazing. It's Eminem. But I feel like we need to do an anthem together, a record together. We need to get in the studio together, me and him just vibe out. I want to play him the beat, give him the energy, the inspiration," Khaled said. "Then I want his engineer, not mine, his, and make him feel comfortable, turn the mic on and do what we do."
Khaled has six albums to his credit. He was also appointed the president of Def Jam South in 2009. His seventh album "Suffering from Success" is already in the works and it is said this album may have collaborations from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Kanye West. A release date for the album is not yet set.
But Khaled has said that the album will have "serious surprises" and there will be "#1 anthems" in the album.