DJ Khaled's much-anticipated Major Key album is due out on July 29, and it is jam packed with notable features. Khaled expects one to stand above the rest, however. And it should come as no surprise who it is.

While Snapchatting from the Epic office in New York yesterday, Khaled revealed that Kendrick Lamar's Major Key verse will be the "most talked about." Again, while that's really not a shock, K Dot will be joined by Future, Jay Z, Drake and Kanye West, among others, highlighted on the star-studded album.

In addition to Lamar, Khaled also let us in on another key component from the project.

"I want to be clear. Kendrick Lamar went so hard,” Khaled disclosed. “His verse I feel like is gonna be one of the most talked about verses. Also, I wanna be super clear. I got this Big Sean verse. Aw man, it’s so crazy."

DJ Khaled's Major Key arrives on July 29.

See below for the aforementioned Snapchats from the Epic office.

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