Label: eOne Music
As heard on "Standing on the Mountain Top," DJ Khaled may be feeling a bit of backlash from the three-year run of singles and albums that has made the Miamian one of the premier DJ/personalities in hip-hop -- but it hasn't slowed him down. We Global calls on Kanye, T-Pain, the Game and others for more indestructible odes to street dreams and livin' the life. "I'm On" finds Nas sounding reinvigorated, while the title track is a soulful ditty from Trey Songz, Ray J and Fat Joe about chasing skirts and gettin' money. Nothing too revolutionary here, but the solid execution is undeniable.