Wired 25: The 25 Best Hip-Hop Albums And Mixtapes Of 2012 So Far
19. DJ Khaled – Kiss The King
DJ Khaled might be a glorified A&R, but his magic ability to bring people together for hit records remains unmatched. “Hip-Hop” with Nas & Scarface might be an instant classic, while “B***hes & Bottles” with T.I., Future and Lil Wayne has the most potential to tear the clubs up.