DJ Khaled Shuts Down the Street For Fan Luv Event at Stadium Goods

Hundreds of people flocked to Howard St. in SoHo yesterday in anticipation for DJ Khaled’s appearance at Stadium Goods. Ahead of his tenth studio album, Grateful, Khaled held his second Fan Luv event at the store in two years.

Last time, Khaled greeted fans while he sat upon a golden throne. This year  Khaled did it again (another one!), but brought some extra treats with him. As the event went on, Khaled’s son and the executive producer of Grateful, Asahd, paid his dad a visit. Khaled also had his “Grateful” 3s Jordans with him ahead, so the sneakerheads could get a taste.

We caught up with Khaled and asked him what he was most grateful for. Watch the video above.

Peep some photos from the madness below and watch. Khaled’s brand new music video for “Wild Thoughts” with Rihanna and Bryson Tiller. His new album, Grateful, will be available on June 23.

Photos courtesy of Khristen Wilson

 
 
 

 
 
  
        

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