DJ Khaled is an eminent American record producer and radio figure of Palestinian bloodline, who is also a DJ and record label executive. Some of his albums are We The Best, We Global, Victory, etc.
The track, ’Welcome to My Hood’ (WTMH), plunged merely two weeks ago, notwithstanding which the Miamian DJ Khaled has squandered no time as he has obtained his megastar homies to the M.I.A. to film the add-on video.
Khaled, in tandem with Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Plies and T-Pain, journeyed to the Overton zone of Miami on Thursday to film the visual devoted to hoods. Khaled uttered to MTV News that the clip will mirror the same craggy bravado of the posse cut. Khaled has voiced with his typically excessive pompousness that WTMH is the largest record in America and is striking the lanes.
Director Gil Green, who has directed oodles of Khaled’s visuals, has asserted that the video will make obvious what the Miami DJ is recognized for, which is loading his visuals with high-flying hip-hop personalities, etc. Green has remarked that he was close at hand to contribute artistic refinement to the clip. A video akin to a film was being shot, as per Green, with plentiful cinematic camera work, zest and profuse hood stuff.
Khaled’s regular contributor, T-Pain, has vocalized that the single from Khaled’s primary Cash Money project is a sequel to another significant record, which also consists of the Auto-Tune king, at the side of Trick Daddy, Plies and Ross. T-Pain has verbalized that the latest add-on video is really close to his heart as everyone was requesting for ‘I Am So Hood’s’ second part and that is being provided to the listeners.
Lil Wayne, the well-known American rapper, who is an alumnus of ‘I’m So Hood (Remix)’, was also present to undergo the entertainment. Wayne, however, professed that the shooting of one of the scenes on a raised stand for WTMH’s video was immensely scary for him as he is fearful of heights. Wayne had been given company by Cash Money’s chief, Birdman, as well as Young Money’s magnate, Mack Maine. Wayne has asserted that he was experiencing contentment with his vocational state of affairs. — Sampurn