- Drake and DJ Khaled have linked up once again and have dropped two banging tracks titled Popstar and Greece
- The two songs, which dropped at midnight, are the first official songs from Khaled's much-anticipated 12th studio album
- The hip-hop DJ and We The Best creator told his fans that the album, titled Khaled Khaled, is on the way
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Drake has linked up with DJ Khaled on the DJ's new tracks titled Popstar and Greece. Khaled dropped the two lit singles at midnight.
These new joints are the first songs from the hip-hop DJ's 12th studio album due out later this year. The title of the new album is Khaled Khaled, according to Khaled.
Drake and Khaled have collaborated on a number of joints before. The hip-hop stars worked on the hit track titled I'm On One back in 2011. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2011.
Khaled took to Instagram to thank Drake for blessing his songs with the vocals and rap verses. He wrote:
"The 2 keys. The 2 anthems. Out now everywhere! Thank you Drake! Love forever!"
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The star also reminded his followers that his much-anticipated album was on the way.
Some of his fans commented:
"Greece, top 5 songs of the year."
"Popstar is sick yo!"
"Keys have been dropped. Let’s goooooooo."
"Hits no misses."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that the next Verzuz rap battle has been announced. Hip-hop OG Snoop Dogg will go hit-for-hit with another rap legend, DMX. The two rap greats will battle each other next Wednesday, 22 July.
Since the confirmation of the battle, the two stars' fans have taken to social media to argue about who will win the epic battle
Snoop's catalogue consists of classic hits such as Who Am I, Gin and Juice and Nuthing But A G'Thang. DMX is also famous for his hits including Ruff Ryder's Anthem, We Right Here and What's My Name.
Briefly.co.za gathered that many social media users have tipped Snoop to take this one. Tweeps believe that he has more hits than his opponent.
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