It's becoming clear that summer 2011 belongs to DJ Khaled.
On the heels of introducing his new song "It Ain't Over Till It's Over" with Mary J. Blige at the BET Awards on Sunday (June 26), the Miami native debuted his video for "I'm On One" featuring Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. The Miami natives also performed the cut during the BET Awards.
Opening in a Miami luxury apartment, the clip begins with Drake crooning the hook while clutching a styrofoam cup before breaking into his first verse.
"But get it while you here boy, 'cause all that hype don't feel the same next year boy," Mr. Graham, dressed in a dark blue Polo shirt with dark jeans, rhymes in a spacious condo dotted with furniture and entourage members.
In the next shot, Drake walks onto the apartment's balcony to join Khaled as he gazes out onto the Miami skyline.
Next up, Ross spits his verse in a white car as a model lays across the vehicle's trunk. In the upcoming shots, Mr. Maybach Music isn't ashamed to open his jacket to reveal his sumptuous belly for the camera in between bars.
Later, Lil Wayne drops verse in an empty hallway with one model for an audience. Sporting camouflage shorts, white tank top and a ball cap, Lil Tunechi closes the song with the bravado we've come to expect from the Young Money head.
Khaled's We The Best Forever LP hits shelves on July 19.
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