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DJ Khaled Revealed: Bad at Peek-a-Boo? and Five Other Early Titles for His New Album

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How down in the dumps must a member of the Terror Squad be to have a Ring Pop on his finger and still have a frown on his face? Only DJ Khaled knows.

In advance of his set at this weekend's Best of the Best, DJ Khaled has released the cover art for his upcoming album, Kiss the Ring , which drops August 21 via YMCMB/We the Best.

The album was announced in December 2011, so what's with the delay? DJ Khaled had a photo he liked but couldn't decide what to name the album.

After the cut, Crossfade reveals the earlier versions of the album cover with all its working titles.

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