DJ Khaled, Lil Baby, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert’s Mini-Mes Find Young Love in New Video

It’s a Kidz Bop party in DJ Khaled‘s new video. On Wednesday, Nickelodeon premiered the visual for “Supposed to Be Loved” featuring Lil Baby, Future, and Lil Uzi Vert, which sees children versions of the rappers acting out the silly music video.

The Daps-directed visual opens with Julian Shapiro-Barnum of the viral “Recess Therapy” interviewing a boy playing DJ Khaled about love, before flashing to the four kid versions of the performers showing to a house party.

The clip jumps between party clips and each of the rappers as kids on dates: Lil Baby takes a girl out for juice, nuggets, and fries, Future surprises his girl with a pet tiger, and Lil Uzi trims a hedge into a dog shape.

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The visual ends with Shapiro-Barnum interviewing the children on set about “what love means to them.”

Khaled released “Supposed to Be Loved” in August, before joining J Balvin and Usher on “Dientes.” “Happy release day I’m celebrating wit my family! Everything I do is for my family! THANK YOU GOD!” Khaled wrote on Twitter about the song in August.

“Supposed to be Loved” will appear on DJ Khaled’s forthcoming 14th album, Til Next Time. The album doesn’t have a release date yet — but that’s all part of DJ Khaled’s plans to keep anyone from predicting his next move. The musician did, however, drop a teaser trailer that has threatening, almost sinister energy to it.


“Success ain’t easy, you gotta want it. You gotta want it so bad that you’re willing to put everything on the line, even if you gotta risk your own life. That’s how bad you gotta want it. Forget just wanting it — you gotta work,” DJ Khaled insisted in the over four-minute-long clip. “You gotta be willing to out-work everybody, especially the ones that’s standing in your way. Man, it’s hard. This shit hard. You think this shit is easy? I just make it look easy. I’m that great. In the meantime, Til Next Time.”

DJ Khaled’s last album, God Did, arrived last August. It featured hit single “Staying Alive,” a collaboration with Drake and Lil Baby. It also featured an appearance from Jay-Z on the title track.