DJ Khalil

Khalil Abdul-Rahman better known by his stage name DJ Khalil, is a Los Angeles based American hip hop/soul record producer for Aftermath Entertainment and co-owns Angeles Records with DJ Muggs.[1] He has worked on many projects including a production on 50 Cent's new "Curtis" album with "I'll Still Kill" featuring Akon. Other major artists he has worked with include Bishop Lamont, The Game, Xzibit, Talib Kweli, G-Unit, Cypress Hill, Nas and Jay-Z. He began his career as producer and member of Self Scientific. He is the son of former U.C.L.A. great and N.B.A. player Walt Hazzard.

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