The DJ/Pitchman/CEO/Producer/Motivational speaker is having one of the greatest runs in the history of social media. Along the way, Khaled, who once had his own dancehall radio show in Miami, has blessed the world with his love of Jamaican music and culture. This includes coloring his vocabulary with phrases like “Bless Up” and “Give thanks,” going so far as to sell T-shirts with the former. He sounds comfortable using them, but in the video for “Nas Album Done,” he may have gone a little overboard. But really, now that I think about it, Khaled actually has a better Jamaican accent than Safaree, who is actually Jamaican.