Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap inside We The Best Studios where the Miami music mogul discusses President Barack Obama, his new album Suffering From Success and the Miami music scene.
20:00 to skip to the Obama part@Halfdrummer
WE THE BEST!!!!@shaheimali
Khaled real for this@JohnGBeats
ебать колупать вот это речь пацанчики@olegsakrat2029
He need to come to NEW ORLEANS 8 ward str8 like dat all LOVE Shw Love@8ceofspades
If Obama is on Khaleds Album..its a fucking Wrap..he is the biggest producer in rap Instantly and i don't even like his music. Its just a big shout out to have that kind of love from a President..even though hes cool With Swizz Beats and Some of the other big time producers.@DJRAKKK
i'm a DJ Khaled hater but if he really has Obama on his album then he winning.@4gpaa
Wow this guys bragging about taping the worlds biggest terrorist and using as his intro. Horrible btw and Khaled,you are far from the best at anything.@MOBFAX
Wow thank you mr bailey for adding absolutely zero insight and being dominated in the conversation.@81kasen01
great interview, NEVER STOP@ChristianInvestigations
khaled a muslim hahahahahahahahaha@NRG4231
Khalid look like a informant@speakyopeacetv6795
youknowwhatimsayin' all the time. I never understood why these rappers always say this. I guess he understands what he says@Ostfriese93
50cent run u nigga.@stevegraham2886
obama is on your album??? the biggest terrorist in da world??? SHAME ON YOU@ILoveThisGame069
real shit khaled keep it up@dahotone106
Real talk Khaled!@TheCarterDocumentary
we the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!KHALED@fidelis745
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