zDJ Khaled’s I Changed A Lot album has faced a few setbacks. Over a year after announcing the project, he is ready to drop his eighth album and took to Instagram to announce its release date. There won’t be a long wait either. I Changed A Lot drops Oct. 23rd.
Khaled will be dropping two singles tonight: “You Mine,” which will feature Future, Jeremih, and Trey Songz and “Gold Slugs” with Fetty Wap, Chris Brown and August Alsina.
I Changed A Lot has already garnered singles like “Hold You Down” featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future and Jeremih, “They Don’t Love You No More” with French Montana, Rick Ross and French Montana and “Hold You Down” featuring Chris Brown, Big Sean and Lil’ Wayne.
The Miami native ended up parting ways with Cash Money Records, which may have effected solidifying a release date.
“I’m not signed to Cash Money at all,” he told The Breakfast Club in May. It’s not like I’m here to promote that I’ve been off. No, I’m not that type of person. Lil Wayne and Birdman, that’s family. It’s still ‘We the Best.’ Nothing negative, everything is beautiful.”