News: DJ Khaled Reveals New Jay Z Music's On Deck: "I Just Left Marcy Projects" [Video]

Monday, Apr 28, 2014 4:48PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Miami producer DJ Khaled's quest to prove he's the best may have reached its peak after teasing fans about putting together a new Jay Z collaboration.

A new trailer of Khaled cruising through Jigga's childhood neighborhood boasting about the track has landed online.

"I am honored to work with Jay Z on my new album. I've worked so hard to get to this point. My fans expect me to be greater and keep being great, so I made it my business and I made it a mission to secure more wins." (WSHH)

The mega producer also hinted at a new album dropping in the coming months.

"I just left Marcy projects , see for yourself the summer is mines! #theydontloveyounomore #wtb jus know!! http://bit.ly/1j9sTUu" (DJ Khaled's Twitter)

Last year, Khaled said he wanted to add one of his anthems to rap star Eminem's extensive music track record.

"Tell Eminem I want to do a record with him, and I think the fans and the people, they wanna see that too," Khaled said Wednesday (March 13) on "RapFix Live." "I need help on that. Sway, can you talk to Em? ... He's amazing. It's Eminem. But I feel like we need to do an anthem together, a record together. We need to get in the studio together, me and him just vibe out. I want to play him the beat, give him the energy, the inspiration. Then I want his engineer, not mine, his, and make him feel comfortable, turn the mic on and do what we do." (MTV)

A couple years prior, Khaled detailed his struggle in trying to land Slim Shady.

"I wanted Eminem," Khaled said in an interview this week. "I really want to make it happen, I think it's gonna happen...I never really sat down and talked to him -- I'm a fan of him and I'm cool with him, but he doesn't know me like that. I really don't know what route to get him...I don't just ask people to get on records. I want people to want to want to do the records and know I'm gonna make a hit record 'cause that's what I do. I've worked with Jay Z before, I've worked with Kanye [West] before, so I wanted to reach out to Eminem." (Hot 97)

Check out the trailer and new track:

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