DJ Khaled’s Sunday set at the Electric Daisy Carnival was cut short because of a booing crowd and technical difficulties, according to the Rolling Stone Monday. Khaled was late and had problems with his sound. He took to Instagram Monday set to blame the Las Vegas festival for technical glitches and being late.

“They cut my time short and they had me back stage for a (sic) hour and half and the sound kept breaking ... then I heard my fans and I said I'm go (sic) out even if the sound cuts off and even if they cut my time short ... I'm here for my fans even if the sound man and promoter don't have there (sic) stuff together I forgive them (though)  love is the (key) !!!,” the rapper wrote.

 

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He ended the post thanking his fans and promoting his new album.

“MY FANS CAME OUT ! SO I CAME OUT !! NO MATTER WHAT! BLESS UP!! #GRATEFUL #JUNE23RD,” DJ Khaled wrote. Khaled is debuting a new album June 23 entitled “Grateful.”

A second Instagram post was a little harsher than the first, blaming the festival for sabotaging him.

“They tried to sabotage my sound so many times,” Khaled wrote. “They could not get the sound right on my set and I still stood on stage wit (sic) no sound and when they got the sound to work they want cut (sic) my set short but I still rep for my people anyone else would walk off stage.”

According to the Rolling Stone, the rapper’s set only lasted around 20 minutes, when it was scheduled for an hour.

Khaled ended his second post again thanking his fans and forgiving Electric Daisy Carnival again, despite the sabotage accusal.

“I knew my California and Vegas fans was in the building .. THEY_ DONT WANT US TO WIN SO WE WIN MORE FOR THERE HEAD TOP!!! It's all luv those (sic) .. love is the (key) .. I forgive them ... love is always the answer !,” Khaled wrote.

The album “Grateful” is Khaled’s follow up to 2016’s “Major Key.” Pitchfork reported earlier this month that the 23-track release will be star-studded. The album will feature Beyoncé, Jay Z, Drake, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Chance the Rapper, Justin Bieber, Future, Migos, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, Rick Ross, Nas, Alicia Keys, Calvin Harris, Young Thug and others. The cover art for the album will feature Khaled’s son Asahd who was born last year.

The album was produced by Khaled’s own label We The Best Music Group, a subsidiary of Epic Records which is owned by Sony Music Group.

Khaled has already released several singles from the album including “Shining” in February which featured Beyoncé and rapper Jay Z. The song premiered at the Grammys and made it to number 57 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Khaled also released “I’m the One” in February, it became Khaled’s first number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The song featured Justin Bieber, and rappers Quavo, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne.

The third single, released earlier this month was “To the Max.”