Though the content of We The Best Forever is what we've come to expect from a DJ Khaled offering-grandiose odes to the grind and getting yours-that he understands how to create those better than most is what makes a DJ Khaled track, and album, worthwhile.
At this point listeners are either down with his movement or they aren't, and while We The Best Forever is a solid piece, it's not different enough from his previous work to change any minds about him.
The production on this album compared to his last ones is much improved; the linkup with Cash Money must have brought some new faces into the studio, because while the subject matter is little different, the way the album is put together sure is.…Expand
If this was his first album ever released he would have never become famous. I believe that even he wasn't satisfied with this album. Only one song really popped out as exceptional work. Overall it wasn't horrible, but it just wasn't that great either…Expand
What happened to the Old Khaled where he got the good rappers and they made masterpiece songs. Man i miss those days. Ever since Khaleds Im on one he fell off. Khaled STEP IT UP AND DONT MAKE WACK SONGS LIKE IM ON ONE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF RICK ROSS…Expand