DJ Khaled on how his life changed after son Asahd’s birth: ‘I breathe different’

Khaled takes “Nightline” into his home to discuss why his latest eleventh album is his “best body of work,” who he still gets star struck around and how being a father has impacted him.

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32 thoughts on “DJ Khaled on how his life changed after son Asahd’s birth: ‘I breathe different’

  1. I saw this guy on SNL. I could not figure out what his talent is. He pranced around like a poor imitation of a dancing bruin, and brought on people who did the rapping, is that what DJing is. a talent for getting yourself next to folks with actual talent? A glorified MC? WTF!
    His other sthick is expressing a lot of bromide hot air as if it's distilled wisdom. Is he's vying for the next Deepak Chopra seat? I can't blame him for that, because clearly a lot of people fall for Deepak's brand of swindle, including Deepak himself.
    But worse than all that is how Khaled having fulfilled one of the most basic biological functions, procreating, he's unabashedly using that to project his own narcissism onto his helpless child, as if unbridled indirect narcissism is worthy of some sort of cosmic specialness. WTF is up with all this shameless banality?

  2. You guys, this is stupid. Stupid rappers and their producers? Really? Really? So many things we could report on and this is what made the lame duck cut? This is garbage. His life affects that many people, I dont think so.

  3. This is the same man that said in a radio interview that "he doesnt go down on his wife".. I lost all respect for him with that IGNORANT comment. Thats your WIFE, why would you even put her out there like that. In the same breath he expects her to go down on him. I believe he made the comment on a breakfast club interview that had everyone, even celebrities, speaking on how disrespectful & JUST plain hurtful it was to his wife.

  4. How are you gonna mention the "biggest stars in music" and mention wild thoughts with Rihanna but not Bryson Tiller? Dude went DOUBLE PLATINUM WITH NO FEATURES ON HIS DEBUT ALBUM. Put some respect on his name.

  5. You don't have to be a fan of his music but the man is still trying to be a positive influence on those in his community and more importantly a role model and active parent to his son which is worth respect in my opinion.

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