ATLANTA â€” A couple of weeks ago, DJ Khaled found himself in the center of MCs: Cam’ron, Vado, Fat Joe and Rick Ross. All the spitters had smiles on their faces because Khaled was making one of his movies again, this time by rapping. Khaled and company were at Atlanta radio station V103 on DJ Infamous’ radio show.
“Sittin’ on the top floor/ What you think I’m hot for?/ Every summer drop more/ Hits to make my stock go up!” Khaled rapped as Infamous spun the “All I Do Is Win” remix. Khaled couldn’t contain his excitement afterward.
“We all out here for Infamous,” Khaled said when the radio show was over. “He’s official We the Best. He’s been We the Best.”
Khaled recently inked his friend Infamous to a record deal via his We the Best label. Khaled, Cam’ron, Vado, Ross, Fat Joe, Chaka Zulu, Donnis, Pill, Big Boi, Raekwon and members of the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic all came down to ATL’s club Compound to support the fifth anniversary of Infamous’ radio show.
“We here to support my man Infamous,” Cam said before the party. “He shows us much love, so we here to support him. We’re going to Compound and do a whole ‘nother movie tonight, but Infamous, we appreciate all the love from my brother down here. He’s Atlanta. Say no more.”
“Its very monumental, and its very big,” Infamous said about his new deal. “I represent We the Best, as Khaled said. We making that We the Best move. I’m on Khaled’s label, and this is a celebration. I been on the radio, five years strong. I been in the main clubs, five years strong in Atlanta. I’m here to celebrate. I got some surprises that’s crazy.”
Inf said his album probably won’t come out until the top of next year, but he fully expects to have many high-powered friends on the LP, as well as a slew of up-and-coming talent.