DJ Khaled has become the master of not rapping on or producing songs where he gets top billing. Not that this is necessarily a bad thing-the Terror Squad DJ-turned-hip-hop impresario has the clout to unite rap's biggest names for blockbuster clinics in braggadocio. "I'm on One," the first single from the upcoming "We the Best Forever," is no exception, with the presence of Drake, Rick Ross and a zonked-out Lil Wayne allowing Khaled to excuse himself and let these titans run wild. Over a sticky, slinky synth and a beat that rises and falls almost arbitrarily, Drake croons before impressively spitting, Ross lets loose with his husky growl, and Wayne somehow exhibits his superiority while sounding indifferent. Despite Khaled's outlandish personality, it's hard not to love him for unleashing tracks like "I'm on One."