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DJ Khaled, Future Perform Medley Of Hits On 'Jimmy Kimmel'

by Ryan Middleton   Jan 14, 2016 10:57 AM EST

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Everyone knows that DJ Khaled has been in Los Angeles over the past week and a half, stunting on Snapchat with the likes of Queen Latifa, Lonely Island, Kim Kardashian and the CEO of Snapchat himself. The trip has not been all celebrity sit downs, as he went on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night with arguably 2015's biggest rapper, Future, to perform a medley of hits including "All I Do Is Win," "Jumpman," "I Don't Play About My Paper" and "You Mine."

Khaled drops the DJ and brings out a DJ while he acts as part hype man and part rapper kicks off the performance by telling the crowd that "they don't want us to win, so we goin' win more." He then hypes the crowd by taking on the parts of T-Pain and his own verse on the remix.

He then brings out Future, who manages to mumble his own verses about as incoheratly as he possibly could have. Yes that is how Future raps, but this is approaching Iggy Azalea status.

Future starts out with his verse on "I Don't Play About My Paper," while Khaled adds in own vocal shouts. Things slow down for a little r&b interlude with the Future verse on "You Mine."

Things turn back up on "Jumpman" as the DJ throws in a few dabs and Khaled daps the fans.

Khaled makes sure to give himself plenty of shoutouts during the show. He then ends the performance by making the bold statement that this was the biggest show ever on Jimmy Kimmel.

Khaled has become an icon through social media, racking up the wins, sharing major keys to success and taking people like Benjamin kicks and his "booming" business along the way.

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