The first official single is "Holla at Me", featuring Lil Wayne, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Rick Ross and Pitbull. The single peaked at number 59 on the Billboard 100. The second official single is "Grammy Family", featuring Kanye West, John Legend and Consequence. The third official single is "Born-N-Raised", featuring Pitbull, Trick Daddy and Rick Ross. The song is also included on Pitbull's second album El Mariel.
Listennn... The Album received a generally positive reception from music critics. David Jeffries of AllMusic praised Khaled for crafting an album that's diverse in its production geography-wise and for bringing out great performances from his artists. A. L. Friedman of PopMatters also praised Khaled for bringing in an all-star cast of artists and producers, signaling out "Born-N-Raised" and "Gangsta Shit" as the album's standouts. Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews gave a mixed review of the album, saying it was competent and has a few standout tracks but said that it didn't reveal much about Khaled besides the fact that he has many connections and shows pride in representing Miami. Andrew Tardio of HipHopDX gave credit to the catchy production but felt it was let down by the weak lyricism delivered by almost every artist throughout the album, concluding that, "If nothing else, this album shows off Khaled's connections, but it does little justice to Khaled's talent."