DJ Khaled’s baby son is the most successful baby in the music industry!


[wpsm_dropcap]DJ[/wpsm_dropcap] Khaled released his Grateful album June 23rd, 2017.  Grateful has already spawned a lot of summer hits from ‘I’m On One’ to ‘Wild Thoughts.  His hit song I’m the one featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Lil’ Wayne, and Chance The Rapper has been viewed over 480 million times on YouTube — more than any other song of summer 2017.

But did you know?  None of this would’ve ever been inspired if it wasn’t for his son Asahd Tuck Khaled (who was the executive producer to those hit songs).

DJ Khaled’s wife, Nicole Tuck, gave birth to Asahd Tuck Khaled on October 23rd, 2016.  Asahd was only 4 months old when he helped executive produce.

DJ Khaled’s son is the youngest successful executive producer, EVER

Asahd Tuck Khaled’s instagram has over 1 million followers and is searched across social media over 50,000 times per month.  That’s not the only thing this young incoherent, and perhaps, incomprehensible baby achieved; Asahd was executive producer on DJ Khaled’s newest album titled “Grateful” which went #1 on the billboard 200 albums chart multiple times.  The “Grateful” album is the first album to spend more than one week at #1 in two months and beat out Calvin Harris’ new album.  Grateful has already spawned a lot of summer hits from ‘I’m On One’ to ‘Wild Thoughts.  More singles from the album are coming out.

So how does a newborn baby help on an album?
“He’s in the studio listening to songs with me going over the business part of it, [seeing if] the vocals are right, if the beats are right, if the energy’s right, everything he’s a part of,” Khaled told Jimmy Kimmel after the show host asked if Asahd knows of his role as an executive producer.

Incredible, isn’t it?  ANOTHA ONE!
Major Key.

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Hello! My name is Donnel Garner. I created ourGemCodes in 2010. I have my degree in Computer Science. I’m a web developer, entrepreneur, content creator, and United States Submariner. I am a young philanthropist and contribute to open source foundations.


  1. “Let me make my 9-month-old son executive producer now, who knows what he wants to become when he grows up, a doctor or something like that. So embarrassing!”

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