DJ Khaled Debuts “You Don’t Want These Problems” Featuring Big Sean, Rick Ross, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Ace Hood, Meek Mill, and Timbaland

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We promised you two new tracks from DJ Khaled today and the time has finally come to make good on that guarantee.

Hitting the net within hours of “I’m Still” and boasting a lineup that puts most collaborations to shame, “You Don’t Want These Problems” brings together Big Sean, Rick Ross, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Ace Hood, and Timbaland for an all-out celebration of getting shit done. Each emcee has their own unique origin story, but one recurring theme throughout the journey of each to the top is an unwavering determination to succeed at any cost. The problem with possessing this drive however is that it welcomes a whole world of issues into your existence that average people never realize exist. Still, the feeling of being touted as the best is too much for some to resist, and this track is dedicated to those who persevere the hard times in hopes of reaching their dreams. You can stream “You Don’t Want These Problems” below.

When I wrote about “I’m Still” earlier today I said that Suffering From Success was still missing that undeniable power-single that previous Khaled releases possessed, and I think it may have now been found in “You Don’t Want These Problems.” The track is a bit thick content wise, but with some creative editing I have no doubts it could be transformed into a radio smash in no time. Whether or not Khaled goes that route however, remains to be seen.

Suffering From Success arrives in stores October 22. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on “You Don’t Want These Problems.”

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