- DJ Khaled has released the official music video for his track titled Popstar
- The DJ and Drake had dropped the song back in July as one of the lead singles on Khaled's upcoming album
- The music video features pop singer Justin Bieber and some social media users loved its concept
DJ Khaled has finally dropped the official music video for his track titled Popstar featuring Drake, and the music video features singer Justin Bieber. Drake and Khaled dropped the song in July. The video is directed by Director X, who is known for directing banging hip-hop songs.
Khaled shared the music video on his Twitter handle on Friday morning. Since he shared the song, social media users have taken to his comment section to share their views on the video. Most tweeps were surprised that Justin is featured in the saucy music video. Check out some of their comments below:
"Justin and his manager Scooter Braun were mentioned in the song. Plus it’s called Popstar and Justin is the biggest popstar in the world. That’s probably why he’s in it."
"So Bieber is in Popstar, which is also the name of the movie Popstar Never Stop Never Stopping, which had a title that parodied Justin Bieber Never Say Never. The circle is complete."
"It’s such a fun video I love ittttt. #Popstar"
"DJ Khaled and Drake telling y'all that no Bieber no clout."
Briefly.co.za reported that Drake linked up with DJ Khaled on the DJ's new tracks titled Popstar and Greece. Khaled dropped the two saucy singles in July. These two 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.
In other music news, Black Coffee took to social media to praise Drake for helping him chart the the Billboard Hot 100. The internationally-acclaimed Mzansi DJ worked with Drake and Jorja Smith on the smash hit titled Get It Together.
The Superman hitmaker shared Drake's "stimulus package" on Instagram and applauded him for always helping other artists get into the Hot 100 chart.
Drake has also helped other artists such as 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, French Montana and Future, among others, chart on the Hot 100. The Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the US for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital), radio play and online streaming in the US.
Black Coffee captioned his post:
"Big up to @champagnepapi for always sending the elevator back down. More life."
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