How Will Kanye West, DJ Khaled Follow 'Way Too Cold'?

'Expect another monstrous earthquake to hit the streets,' Khaled promises MTV News of his next Kanye collabo.

If you happen to feel the ground shake in the next few months, don't be alarmed: Chances are, you'll just be feeling the after effects of another Kanye West and DJ Khaled single drop.

Originally, Kanye's Kim Kardashian-loving single "Way Too Cold" (initially titled "Theraflu") was slated for the boisterous Cash Money disc jock's upcoming Kiss the Ring LP, but Khaled didn't mind giving Yeezy first dibs because the two have another in the stash.

"Me and Kanye West went back in the lab and we made another record and got some features on there too," Khaled told MTV News after a taping of "Hip Hop Squares," careful not to let too many deets leak. "I can't really talk about it, so expect another monstrous earthquake to hit the streets."

Throughout his career, Khaled has served as a master matchmaker, pairing the likes of Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and T-Pain on an array of high-powered posse tracks like "We Takin' Over" and "Welcome to My Hood." His latest single, "Take it to the Head," groups Weezy, Rozay, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, and on his next LP, the charismatic Khaled promises more of the same. "Kiss the Ring is gonna be the real deal," he said.

When it comes to his collaborations with West, Khaled throws all the rules out the window. On "Way Too Cold," the Chi-Town virtuoso not only pissed off PETA by boasting that his mink was draggin' on the floor, he also confessed his love for Kim Kardashian, tossed a nod to Wiz Khalifa and threw a thinly veiled shot at Kardashian's soon-to-be ex-hubby Kris Humphries. The Hit-Boy-supplied beat and Kanye's ear-catching lyrics are what make the Khaled-assisted track stand out.

"On my end, I got this thing with 'Ye where I tell him there's no rules and there's no regulations. It's no format, and ain't nobody gonna tell us nothing on what we're gonna do," Khaled told MTV News on April 5.

The Miami-based DJ/producer wouldn't say much else about his and Yeezy's next release, but who knows? Maybe he will spill the beans when he appears on today's (April 18) "RapFix Live" with host Sway Calloway.

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