Anthem King DJ Khaled joins the King of All Talk, Larry King, for an illuminating conversation on the Emmy nominated web series “Larry King Now” about hip hop’s mounting influence, Jay Z’s genius, and the mistake young rappers make. Plus, the Palestinian producer on the chance for peace in the Middle East.
During the interview DJ Khaled, who has worked with everyone from Kanye West to Jay Z to Drake, reveals which of his collaborators is the peacemaker, who’s the biggest perfectionist, and which rapper is the most difficult to work with. (clip below)
The 38 year old DJ Khaled, born as Khaled Khaled, discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with King- “I’m all about unity. I’m all about love, and I want my people to be good. I’m sitting here with you right now, me and you have no problem. I respect you, you respect me, and that’s how life should be.”
The Grammy winner also opens up about his fear for flying, why he uses the n-word in his music, what rap means to him and who he’s begging to collaborate with, when he answers social media questions from his biggest fans.
To watch the interview, visit: DJ Khaled on Larry King Now