Hip-Hop star DJ Khaled is planning to add author to his resume by writing his first book.
The “All I Do Is Win” hitmaker founded his We The Best Music Group in 2006, and the brand encompasses a record label, a management company, a publishing company, and a production company.
The 40-year-old also opened his first Finga Licking fast food restaurant in Miami, Florida last year (15), and now Khaled, who has become known for his motivational posts on social media, reveals he is hoping to further expand his business ventures in the near future by putting pen to paper.
“My whole career, I took my DJ-ing to a whole new level, I never just did one thing…,” he explained on U.S. morning show Live! With Kelly. “I’m for the people, man, it’s all about the people. I live f that energy.”
When host Kelly Ripa suggested he share the keys to his success in book form, he responded, “That book is coming.”
Khaled did not fer up any further details about the idea, but he won’t be the first rap star to pen a self-help book.
50 Cent released “The 50th Law” in 2009, documenting his struggles as a young drug dealer and how he managed to turn his life around and find success in music.
The book was inspired by co-writer Robert Greene’s first bestseller, “The 48 Laws Power.”