DJ Khaled: We Are Annoying!

DJ Khaled

1. Intro (We the Best) Feat. Rick Ross
2. The Movement Skit Feat. K. Foxx
3. We Takin’ Over Feat. T.I., Akon, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Baby, and Lil’ Wayne
4. Brown Paper Bag Feat. Young Jeezy, Juelz Santana, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Lil’ Wayne, Dre
5. I’m So Hood Feat. T-Pain, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Plies
6. Before The Solution Feat. Beanie Sigel
7. I’m From The Ghetto Feat. The Game, Jadakiss, Trick Daddy
8. Hit Them Up Feat. Paul Wall & Bun B.
9. ‘S’ On My Chest Feat. Lil’ Wayne & Baby
10. B**** I’m From Dade County Feat. Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Trina, Dre, Flo Rida, Brisco, C-Ride
11. The Originators Feat. Bone Thugs N Harmony
12. New York Feat. Jadakiss, Ja Rule, and Fat Joe

DJ Khaled presents “We The Best” is a funny mixtape that can be very an-noying at times. If you have been living under a rock and don’t know who DJ Khaled is, well he is a Palestine DJ from the 305 (Miami to be exact). But he is the guy who is always repeating himself. Last mixtape it was, “LISTEEEEN!!!” Now everything is, “We The Best!” To hear that on ever track about 4 or 5 times is so annoying. Kill Yourself, Please!!!

Khaled started the mixtape off rapping acapella style on the We The Best Intro featuring Rick Ross. This is the problem with the game now, everybody want to be the star. Khaled how about you stick to what you know best and that is djing. Thanks! I don’t have to say too much about the next song We Takin’ Over, which was first and only single featuring T.I., Akon, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Baby, and Lil’ Wayne. The song and video was hot and a great pick for this weak album. The only thing I can’t agree with is the stunt Rick Ross pulled with the, I’m the Biggie of my city and then in the video him and Khaled is driving in the car backwards. I’m not a baby, I do remember Puff and Biggie doing that in Hypnotize video. Ask the streets they don’t agree either, trust me! Brown Paper Bag is a funny song, at first I was like what the hell is this about. But I as I keeping listening to the song, it’s actually a hot concept. On the other hand it’s kinda sad that’s all we rap about now a days, but that’s the game now. I’m So Hood, would be a hot with T-Pain didn’t mess it up for me. When I hear him on the hook, I picture him in the middle of crowd in a club dancing like the I’m In Love With Stripper video, that’s not HOOD!!! Ha Ha!!! Next Khaled tells us how loyal he is, who cares but it is introduction for Beans to complain about the whole Roc situation. Now don’t get it twisted, I’m one of the biggest Beans, screw it State Prop fan alive, but I’m a little tired of hearing about that situation. Yeah, it is messed up and I wish it never happened but I hope his next album isn’t all about that.
I’m From The Ghetto is a horrible song, first Khaled starts talking about how he represents the hood, the ghetto, the people, it sounds fake. Then, it has this R.Kelly trying to redeem himself after getting in trouble feel to it, includ-ing the singer on the hook. There is also kids singing on it, being proud of being from the Ghetto, it’s sad, let’s proud of getting OUT. I’m from the hood and I don’t walk around sing I’m from the hood, skip this track. Paul Wall & Bun B went in on the next track called Hit ’Em Up. Houston might be losing their luster but they still have some hit makers. Can’t front this beat is crazy and the flow from both Houstoners was on point. ‘S’ On My Chest fea-turing Lil’ Wayne & Baby, all I hear is blah blah from both rappers, perfect mixtape filler.
Bitch, I’m From Dade County featuring Trick Daddy, Rick Ross, Trina, Dre, Flo Rida, Brisco, C-Ride, I think was the point of this album. I’m not made for Khaled repping his city, this is a easy way to do it, good job. But I had to stop this track way in the beginning, :43 to be ex-act, your man DJ Khaled said, “Nigga I rep my city!” Now with all the problems going on in the game right, he does this. I know you getting hype and all but watch yourself. Did I say, “This sand nigga is really hot!” No, cause that’s not me and I know better. This track is hot and Trina showed up but I don’t want to even talk about this anymore. Originators featuring Bone Thugs N Harmony is ok, but they bore me now. They have really lost their luster from back in the day. Sorry fellas but Insane N Bone is more entertaining and he gay and crazy. New York Part 2 featuring Ja Rule aka Loki Lok, Jadakiss, and Fat Joe is kinda sad but these three dudes who were good but who all have fallen from grace, thanks to one man. Who, you ask…all I can say he is laughing to the bank right now. And if you listening closely Fat Joe’s flow on the song sounds like that mystery man. Just something to think about…

9 Responses to “DJ Khaled: We Are Annoying!”

  1. Mathis Says:
    June 15th, 2007 at 10:00 am

    He’s a Nigga, she’s a Nigga, everybody’s a Nigga… For a profit anyway.

    June 15th, 2007 at 10:49 am

    Wasnt this guy on an episode of 24?

  3. REAL TALK Says:
    June 15th, 2007 at 1:49 pm

    dj khaled is a fag and he is annoying i wish i could punch him in the face, and y-pain is o wack he’s like a wanna be akon fuckin fag

  4. Money C. Paycheck Says:
    June 15th, 2007 at 9:21 pm

    ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ…..I can’t believe you made it past We Taking Over..

  5. NativeAmericaIndianX Says:
    June 17th, 2007 at 7:30 pm


  6. NativeAmericaIndianX Says:
    June 17th, 2007 at 9:58 pm

    Little known fact, his hand gestures are secret signs calling on all members of sleeper cel’s to give him unlimited refills on his Big Gulps!

  7. Beggar Says:
    June 18th, 2007 at 9:16 pm

    Yo he calls people Ni**a… Come on man! We the best!… We taking over… all of these tracks are messages for terrorist act… Listen!

  8. Says:
    June 25th, 2007 at 11:30 am

    all of you people are ignorant. the du that wrote this is a moron. Brown paper bag is the best song in the album. Dre on the hook singing the hell out of that track. i’m so hood is raw as fuck. i guess you ignorant lil kids dont understand its a movement. MIAMI movement. and at the moment Dj Khaled is doing his thing. so ya people have nothing better to do and mad at the fact that khaled is getting his money.

  9. Goat Says:
    June 25th, 2007 at 11:41 am

    Not “knocking the movement”, and I don’t knock Khaled for getting his money. Movements should not only be based on people putting out whatever tracks for consumers to spend there hard earned cash on. why is it you people are ignorant, could it be because we are not from Miami. Ive been listening to southern Hip Hop since Luke had diss tracks with JT Money on it. If its wack it’s wack period….and thanks for the comment. shows were doing our job, let’s hope the artists will do the same.

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