DJ Khaled has been on a long winning streak in 2016. After earning his first Billboard 200 chart-topping album with Major Key, he welcomed his first son Asahd Khaled in October, and recently clinched a Grammy nod for Best Rap Album. On Wednesday (Dec. 7), Khaled visited ABC's The View to reflect on his accolades and speak on his New York Times best-selling book The Keys.
Prior to the interview, Khaled walked out with his baby boy, and showed him off to the hosts and studio audience. He then quickly delved into his booming success on Snapchat and why he decided to join the popular app.
"The Snapchat connected me with my fans because a lot of people knew me for No. 1 records, and they've seen me in the videos with a bunch of chains, but they didn't really get to know me [and] who I am as a person," explained the DJ/producer.