It looks like Meek Mill will be making an appearance on DJ Khaled‘s upcoming album, Father of Asahd. In a post he shared to Instagram on Wednesday night (Jan. 2), Khaled revealed he’d had a productive session with the Championships rapper.
“Great session wit @meekmill great vibes. FATHER OF ASAHD 2019!” Khaled wrote, along with a photo of himself. “When you make GREAT MUSIC the vibes is always right !”
Meek and Khaled previously collaborated on the Mike Zombie-produced 2014 track “They Don’t Love You No More,” which also features Jay-Z, French Montana and Rick Ross.
Father of Asahd has been in the works for some time now, and it’s already spawned the top 10 Billboard Hot 100 single “No Brainer” with Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance The Rapper. The LP also includes the Future, Jay-Z and Beyoncé-assisted, “Top Off.” Big Sean may also appear on the project, as he and Khaled hit the studio for a Father of Asahd session in the summer of 2018.
“FATHER OF ASAHD THE ALBUM IN WORKS .. making FATHER OF ASAHD ITS ALL ABOUT THE GREAT VIBES,” Khaled wrote at the time, with a photo of himself and Big Sean. “BLESS UP FROM WE THE BEST STUDIOS BLESS UP @bigsean!”
Check out DJ Khaled’s Instagram post teasing the Meek Mill collab below. No word on Father of Asahd‘s release date just yet, but it will likely be out some time in 2019.
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