Miami producer DJ Khaled is ready to make it a hot summer after releasing the music video for his star-studded "They Don't Love You No More" club anthem this weekend.
Khaled's new visual features all of its guest features minus rap mogul Jay Z.
In the new video for "They Don't Love You No More," the two Miami natives stand atop luxury vehicles and hit golf balls into the -- well, hit golf balls not that far. That's not a slight, fellas. Just an observation. We still got love, even if you feel like no one else does, like they discuss on the track. The lead to single to Khaled's upcoming I Changed A Lot also features Meek Mill delivering his fiery verse and French Montana on the hook -- though Jay Z doesn't show up when it time for the song's final verse. (MTV)
A trailer of Khaled cruising through Jay Z's childhood neighborhood boasting about the mentioned track landed online in April.
"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 hinted at a new album dropping in the coming months over the spring.
"I just left Marcy projects , see for yourself the summer is mines! #theydontloveyounomore #wtb jus know!! http://bit.ly/1j9sTUu" (DJ Khaled's Twitter)
Khaled sparked headlines in April over a legal dispute related to the new single's artwork.
Here's the deal ... Kolley dropped his debut mixtape, "RNS" about 6 weeks ago ... with a pretty distinctive cover shot (left) -- a closeup of his face, clenching a gold chain in his matching gold grill. Cut to this week ... when DJ Khaled released "They Don't Love You No More" with artwork that's pretty much identical to Kolley's We're told Kolley's peeps at Bigg Bank Entertainment just sent a cease and desist letter to Khaled's label ... warning them to stop using the cover art STAT or face a legal s**tstorm. (TMZ)
Check out DJ Khaled's new music video:
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