(AllHipHop News) We The Best head DJ Khaled has built a career off of combining different artists on a single track. Songs such as "We Takin' Over," "I'm On One," and "They Don't Love You No More" featured rappers like Lil Wayne, Birdman, Drake, and Meek Mill. But how does Khaled handle it when his regular collaborators are feuding in public?
The Breakfast Club asked Khaled that very question. The creator of the upcoming I Changed A Lot album explained why he remains neutral in the beefs.
"From the beginning of me coming in the game, I've always promoted unity by my records. If it becomes a situation where it gets a lot of heat involved, I'll be the guy trying to resolve it. You'll never hear me on both sides diss somebody. I don't do that. I show love to both sides," said Khaled. "Y'all are amazing artists. I don't want to see none of this. If it goes down, it's the game. It's Hip Hop. It's part of what we do."
Watch DJ Khaled's interview below.