DJ Khaled warned us that he was bringing greatness with his upcoming album, 'Suffering From Success.' The Miami DJ grabs hip-hop heavyweights Rick Ross, Meek Mill, T.I., Diddy and Swizz Beatz for the aggressive posse track, 'I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie.'

Nothing about the song feels like the late Tupac Shakur or Notorious B.I.G., but all the rappers exude a spirit that's reflective of the two fallen heroes.

The Diddster -- credited on the track by his old school name, Puff Daddy -- continues to s--- talk and yell ad-libs throughout the song, while Swizz is regulated to chorus duties ("I feel like 'Pac, I feel like Biggie, I'm feelin' like these hatin' ass n----s are waitin' to get me").

Rozay kicks off the track spitting hardcore rhymes about going to trial with Paula Deen sitting in the jury box.

"I know they hatin' but he's such a major n---- / Tell the clip the .40 when C.I.A. with us / 305 the realest, Ricky Ross the richest / Belly on my table, I talk it then I live it," he raps.

Mill follows behind the Bawse with his gritty rhymes about the rough streets of Philly. He raps, "My old G said strap up and don't lay your head where you do dirt / And my momma said do school work / But I was making that tool work / N----s wanted me dead with a whole lot on my head."

Finally, Tip has the standout verse as he incorporates 2Pac and Biggie songs into his rhymes.

"I got a story to tell / My ambitions as a rider got me ready to die / And when we ride no more pain we go hard as s--- / Why you complaining and you wonder why we call you bitch / It's an every day struggle n----, me and my bitch," he spits.

This is another bombastic anthem from DJ Khaled's upcoming opus, 'Suffering From Success,' which hits stores Oct. 22. The collection features more collaborations with Future, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, J. Cole, Nicki Minaj, Mavado and more.

Listen to DJ Khaled's 'I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie'