How does DJ Khaled keep the cup from spilling over? These endless Khaled curations, even the Jordan sneaker collab, don't always translate so well once they leave the page. But there's a reason for all this madness. Money doesn't just change hands unequivocally. The Miami-bred DJ/personality is about as perplexing as they come in the modern are. Like a Madden player with inexhaustible roster options - Khaled leads a lifestyle complete devoid of pessimism on a major scale.
"You Stay" featuring Lil Baby, Meek Mill, Jeremih, and J Balvin is one of those cross-cultural experiments that defies all logic. In theory, this smorgasbord reads like a popularity contest, and nothing more. But on this occasion, Khaled works around the individual traits of his guest, on a foundational basis. Meek Mill carries the song with an impactful intro verse, while Jeremih is counted on as the song's jack-of-all-trades. Most importantly, "You Stay" offers Khaled a mode of expression for his thoughts on "growing up Miami."
Uh, I don’t know how you do it, but you did it, I'll admit it
And who am I to be a critic and tell you different?
You know I never speak on that n---a, it's not my business
But I could tell you that his level’s no competition.