The new collaborative song, which marks Khaled's fourth track with the Canadian rapper, will appear on Khaled's upcoming album which is set to arrive later this year.
DJ Khaled is ready to launch another track, and he apparently taps Drake to assist him on the song called "To the Max". The 41-year-old DJ has taken to social media to announce the new song with a simple clip. In the video, Khaled's voice can be heard calling his child Asahd, "Asahd! Did the Drake vocals come in yet?"
In fact, Drake's vocals are in and fans are more than ready to hear it. Mark your calendar as "To the Max" will arrive on June 5 at 6 A.M. EST.
Khaled has also shared on Instagram the cover art of the new single. Just like the artwork of his latest song "I'm the One", the artwork of "To the Max" features Asahd, Khaled's eight-month-old son, whom he claims as the executive producer of his upcoming album. In the simple artwork, Asahd pays tribute to Michael Jordan as he sports black onesie with "23" on it while putting his hands in the air.
It is not the first time Khaled has teamed up with Drake. They previously collaborated on some tracks, such as "I'm on One", "No New Friends" and "For Free". "To the Max" follows up "Shining" featuring Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles, and the massive hit "I'm the One" featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper, Quavo and Lil Wayne.
The three tracks will appear on Khaled's upcoming effort "Grateful". The star-studded LP is expected to feature appearances from other huge musicians, such as Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Nas, Big Sean and Travis Scott (II). The release date and artwork of "Grateful" will be unveiled on the same day with the release of "To the Max".