Earlier this month, DJ Khaled rounded up a bunch of the usual suspects and released the single "I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie." As expected, the single was received with massive amounts of slander.

Now, with his new album Suffering From Success in stores (stream available here), Khaled speaks with Life+Times about the criticism, the reasoning behind the album title and more.

I feel like Pac. I feel like Biggie. We ain't say I am Pac or I am Biggie. That's where you have to use your intelligence. Whoever's thinking that it's supposed to be a negative vibe, I'm confused because I don't understand it. It's nothing but love. Of course you have people talking this and that, but I think they misunderstand the energy. The energy is 'I Feel Like 'Pac, I Feel Like Biggie.' They the greatest ever. Nobody's better than them.

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  • http://tristatesportsguys.com KB Smoka

    We're literally watching Khaled get bigger and bigger right before our eyes. He's 10 pounds heavier every time I see him.

  • http://www.2dopeboyz.com Shake

    ^^^ hahaha.

  • Exhibit C

    Anybody who can actually think for themselves and listens to Khaled's answers in this interview will realize he's a fuckin' idiot. He's just saying stuff for the sake of saying it.
    This guy basically asked him 'aren't you worried about staying fresh when you feature the same artists and have a similar formula on every single?' and he pretty much answered 'Rick Ross is my best friend so I put him on every single. Also I like the challenge of staying fresh while using the same formula.' Jesus.

  • PaperKut

    He's making it sound like it's another Tupac Back. But this new song is more offensive than Tupac Back. It's talking about their deaths so casually, I can't believe Diddy can't get behind some shit like this. All that nigga sees is money, whether it honors Biggie or not.

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