DJ Khaled's album features Rihanna and Nicki Minaj

ICONINSIDER — ihanna and Nicki Minaj are featured on DJ Khaled’s forthcoming album ‘Grateful’.
The 41-year-old hip-hop star confirmed that the R&B superstar and ‘Anaconda’ rapper will both appear on the already star-studded record – the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Major Key’ – which also features the new single ‘I’m The One’ – a collaboration between Khaled, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance the Rapper.
Teasing the guest features, also including Nas, he simply told Los Angeles’ Power 106 radio: “Be ready.”
The ‘Do You Mind’ hitmaker also took to Instagram to unveil his collaborations with Nicki and the ‘Work’ singer.
Sharing a clip from the interview on the app, he wrote: “THEY SAYING I CANT GET @badgirlriri on #GRATEFUL !!! Tell THEY BE READY !!! #GRATEFUL THE ALBUM IS COMING ! @wethebestmusic @epirecords @rocnation ME AND @asahakhaled we so focused ! FAN LUV I GOT US !!! (sic)”
And teasing the 34-year-old bootylicious babe’s duet, he wrote: “AYO JUAN! Turn @nickiminaj vocals up ! #GRATEFUL THE ALBUM ITS COMING ! @wethebestmusic @epicrecords @rocnation please keep EveryTING Top Secret! FAN LUV #GRATEFUL ITS COMING (sic)”
Previously released songs on the record include ‘Shining’ with Beyoncé and Jay Z.
On the uptempo track, Beyonce takes the lead and she adopts a boastful tone, singing: “All of this winning/I’ve been losing my mind.”
There is also a track with ‘One Dance’ rapper Drake.
Khaled previously revealed his six-month-old son Asahd – whom he has with his fiancee Nicole Tuck – has had a big influence on his 10th album.
He previously said: “The poops and the throw-ups, believe it or not, are blessings, so those [songs] are actually the real good ones. He actually threw up on me while I was mixing and working on ‘Shining,’ and when he threw up on me, that’s a blessing.”

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