LOS ANGELES (AP) — When it’s time to release one of his maximalist albums, DJ Khaled turns a moment into an event. He posts Instagram videos showing recording sessions, silly dances and praise from the hip-hop and R&B heavyweights who worked with him. The lavish, exuberant productions are meant to soundtrack loose gatherings at popped fire hydrants, sunny barbecues, resort pool parties.
“It’s a tradition. Any time Khaled drop anything, summer starts. I could drop a record in winter and summer starts. That’s just who I am,” the 45-year-old producer, DJ and social media star said from his . . .