On AirBnB, You Can Now Spend the Night in DJ Khaled’s Shoe Closet
Fans have the opportunity to rent DJ Khaled’s shoe cabinet through the website AirBnB.
Fans of the record producer will be able to spend just $11 (£9.10) per night to spend the night in a recreation of the legendary shoe room that he formerly owned in Miami, Florida.
In a statement, Khaled stated, “Sneakers are an essential element of hip-hop culture, and the art of collecting them is a craft in the same vein as the creation of music.”
“When it comes to the shoe game, we bring the same level of enthusiasm and vigour that we bring to the studio.” Because of this, we are ecstatic to open the doors of our sneaker kingdom to our loyal customers and to give them the chance to “walk the walk” in our footwear.
Fans have the opportunity to reserve two one-night stays on December 5th and 6th via AirBnB here; reservations can be made beginning on Tuesday, November 29th.
In other noteworthy celebrity real estate news, the flat in Manhattan where Taylor Swift once resided and which served as the muse for her song “Cornelia Street” is now up for rent.The song “Cornelia Street” off of Taylor Swift’s album “Lover” from 2019 was inspired by a home that was located on Cornelia Street in the West Village neighbourhood of New York City.
An magnificent property that comes fully furnished and includes a swimming pool is now available for rent through Corcoran for an astounding sum of $45,000 (or £37,000) per month.
In the meantime, Khaled came out with his thirteenth studio album in August titled “God Did.” The follow-up to Khaled Khaled, which was released a year ago, features contributions from a vast array of artists, such as Drake, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Future, Quavo and Takeoff Migos, SZA, Travis Scott, Ganna, 21 Savage, Kodak Black., Lil Baby, Jadakiss, the posthumous appearance of Juice Wrld (in a track called “Juice Wrld Did”),
The album has a total of 18 tracks, one of which is a reworked version of “Use This Gospel” by Kanye West. The song was first released in 2019 on Ye’s album titled “Jesus Is King.” Eminem appears as a guest on Khaled’s version of the song, marking the first time that the two rappers have collaborated since 2009’s “Forever,” which also featured appearances from Drake and Lil Wayne.
Both Eminem and Khaled made their debut at number one on the US Christian list thanks to the success of their joint effort, which topped that particular chart.