DJ Khaled's name is his signature, which makes it quite hard for one to miss his tracks. And such is the case in Disney's live-action remake of Aladdin

Apparently, Will Smith teamed up with the Palestinian record producer ... and released a hip-hop version of the film's soundtrack "Friend Like Me." The full track featuring DJ Khaled, who takes the role of hypeman in the song, differs greatly from the 1992 version originally sung by Robin Williams ... and not in a good way, or so many believe. 

As soon as the track dropped, many voiced their disappointment with the collaboration. The track does not do Aladdin justice, considering it has more of an authentic DJ Khaled feel than it does Disney. DJ Khaled can be heard providing ad-libs throughout the entire song, and people are just not able to wrap their heads around it. 

The remake, which will be released May 24, stars Mena Massoud (Aladdin)  along with Naomi Scott (Jasmine), Marwan Kenzari (Jafar), among others. In the meantime, people are wishing the soundtrack could somehow magically vanish. 

"If I told you the live-action Aladdin ends with 'DJ KHALED' would you believe me?"

"Wasn't expecting to hear 'DJ KHALED' as soon as the credits rolled"

"The shock of hearing 'DJ Khaled' boom through the theater"

"DJ Khaled shouldn't be on a Disney soundtrack"

"What has the world come to"

Some are blaming their "dislike" on their age ...

But, AGE has nothing to do with it. It's just a matter of "good" taste

"He ruined the other version of Friend Like Me"

Haven't heard it yet? Well, now's your chance to drown in disappointment