If anything, DJ Khaled stays busy. After the 2017 Grammys, he dropped his collaboration with Jay Z and Beyoncé, "Shining," to announce that he'd be dropping his tenth studio album, Grateful, which dropped on June 23, 2017. Early this morning, he doubles down with a new collab with Hov and Bey alongside Future titled "Top Off," which is the official debut single from his next album, Father of Asahd.
Khaled announced the rack on Instagram in usual Khaled fashion: with the don Asahd.
Future may not have a full verse on the actual song, but he is all over it, primarily on the song's chorus. Jay spits a lengthy verse that not only calls to free Meek Mill, but references that massive bar tab that was all over the news in February. He even talk about riding around with his daughter Blue Ivy in that red '61 Corvette. His wife, Beyoncé, gets third-verse duties. She also shouts out Meek while calling herself a triple threat and the realest in the room. Bey is also tags on a chorus with Future before the song's end.
Father of Asahd has no release date as of yet, but it's said to be dropping some time this summer. Stream "Top Off" below.