DJ Khaled has finally put a release timeline on his highly-anticipated Father of Asahd album, saying that it should arrive sometime this May.
The “No Brainer” collaborator took to social media on Tuesday (March 5th) to announce the drop of his 11th studio effort. “Part 1. My best album up to date. #FATHEROFASAHD MAY 2019,” he wrote. The Grammy nominated vocalist and music mogul’s post was accompanied by a short video, which features Khaled speaking to Epic Records executives about his grand plans to take the industry by storm when the project arrives.
In addition to the teaser visual, the 43-year-old New Orleans native has also been hinting at a plethora of dynamic collaborations in his arsenal, which could include tracks with the likes of J Balvin, Cardi B, Meek Mill, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Bryston Tiller, and 2 Chainz. While much of the contents of the album are pure speculation at this point, fans can look forward to the massive amount of star power that the collection will hold. Until it drops, watch DJ Khaled speak about Father of Asahd in the clip below.