Welcome To My Hood

Album: We The Best Forever (2011)
Charted: 79
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single by American record producer DJ Khaled, from his fifth album We The Best Forever. The song features an all-star quartet of rappers: Rick Ross, Plies, Lil Wayne and T-Pain. It was Khaled's first single he produced by himself.
  • The song acts as a follow-up to Khaled's 2007 hit "I'm So Hood," which also featured T-Pain, Plies and Ross alongside Trick Daddy. "This one's special, 'cause everyone was asking for 'I'm So Hood' part two, and that's what we giving everybody," Pain explained to MTV News. "So, you know, in due time, we gonna get to everyone's request, but right now, we just working on 'I'm So Hood' part two, 'Welcome to My Hood.' It's part two, and it's gonna do just as good as 'I'm So Hood.' "
  • Khaled, Lil Wayne, Plies, Rick Ross and T-Pain all appear in the music video, which was shot in the Overton area of Miami by frequent Khaled collaborator, Gil Green.

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