Anderson .Paak's "Oxnard" Production Credits: Dr. Dre, ninth Wonder & More

Anderson .Paak dropped f Oxnard right this moment, the product prolonged jam periods with the legendary Dr. Dre, The Free Nationals, and extra. Upon first hear, it is evident that the album is a labor love; not solely is that evident within the songwriting, however the manufacturing as properly. There’s a lushness throughout the soundscapes, delivered to the fore by an adherence to reside instrumentation, from the bass, to the guitar-work, to the percussion.

Delivering such a targeted sound requires engineering priciency, which Dr. Dre delivers in spades. A consummate pressional, .Paak has opted to encompass himself with all method expertise, often sliding by way of to tackle a producorial function himself. Should you be curious to see the thoughts behind Oxnard, peep the manufacturing credit beneath, assembled by HHNM.

1) “The Chase” (Feat. Kadhja Bonet)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Jhair Lazo

2) “Headlow” (Feat. Norelle)
Prod. by Jose Rios, King Michael Coy and Ron Avant

three) “Tints” (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Om’Mas Keith

four) “Who R U?”
Prod. by Dr. Dre and Mel

5) “6 Summers’
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Mell

6) “Saviers Road”
Prod. by ninth Wonder

7) “Smile/Petty”
Prod. by King Michael Coy and Callum and Kiefer

eight) “Mansa Musa” (Feat. Dr. Dre & Cocoa Sarai)
Prod. by Mell and Dr. Dre

9) “Brother’s Keeper” (Feat. Pusha T)
Prod. by Anderson .Paak and Jairus “J.Mo” Mozee

10) “Anywhere” (Feat. Snoop Dogg & The Last Artful, Dodgr)
Prod. by Jason Pounds

11) “Trippy” (Feat. J. Cole)
Prod. by Chris Dave

12) “Cheers” (Feat. Q-Tip)
Prod. by Focus, Q-Tip and Dr. Dre

13) “Sweet Chick” (Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
Prod. by Mell

14) “Left To Right”
Prod. by Jason Pounds, Mell and Dr. Dre

Tory Lanez' "LoVE Me NOw?": Full Production Credits

In case you missed it, Tory Lanez’ LoVE mE NOw? dropped this morning, marking the Toronto rapper’s second venture the 12 months. While the venture remains to be recent out the womb, many followers are already displaying Fargo a lot love, citing his versatility amongst different qualities. It solely is smart to dive deeper into the liner notes, because it have been; sadly, the method has lengthy since died with the bodily CD. 

Though missing the allure an precise leaflet, there are certainly workarounds for the geeks amongst us. Here are your entire manufacturing credit for Tory Lanez’ LoVE mE NOw? In case you have been questioning, Tory Lanez’ actual identify is definitely Daystar Peterson. Check out the total listing musical contributors and lyricists under, as assembled by HHNM:

1) “Why DON’T you LOVE me?”
Prod. by C-Sick
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Charles Dumazer

2) “SHE tOLd Me”
Prod. by Cash Money Ap
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Alex Petit

three) “DucK my Ex” (Feat. Chris Brown & 2 Chainz)
Prod. by Smash David
Lyricists:
Christopher Maurice Brown
Tauheed Epps
Daystar Peterson
Samuel Jimenez

four) “DrIP DrIp Drip” (Feat. Meek Mill)
Prod. by Smash David
Lyricists:
Robert Rihmeek Williams
Daystar Peterson
Samuel Jimenez

5) “TAlk tO Me” (Feat. Rich The Kid)
Prod. by Smash David
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Barrington Wright
Dimitri Leslie Roger
Samuel Jimenez
Gabriel Tavarez

6) “FlEXiBle” (Feat. Chris Brown & Lil Baby)
Prod. by Tee Romano, Smash David and OG Parker
Lyricists:
Terrence Williams
Christopher Maurice Brown
Daystar Peterson
Dominique Jones
Joshua Isaih Parker
Samuel Jimenez

7) “IF iT Ain’T rIGHt” (Feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Prod. by Cash Money Ap, Foreign Teck and Dez Wright
Lyricists:
Michael Hernandez
Daystar Peterson
Artist Julius Dubose
Dylan Cleary-Krell
Alex Petit

eight) “FeRRis WhEEl” (Feat. Trippie Redd)
Prod. by Oz and Dez Wright
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Michael Lamar White IV
Ozan Yildirim
Dylan Cleary-Krell

9) “CuT me oFF” (Feat. NAV)
Prod. by Bobby Keyz, Rockamore and Stonii Tha Melody God
Lyricists:
Thomas Walker
Daystar Peterson
Theodore Thomas
Robert Reese
Javar Rockamore
AMIR ESMAILIAN
Navraj Goraya

10) “ThE RUn oFF”
Prod. by Smash David
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Samuel Jimenez

11) “YoU ThouGHt WrONg”
Prod. by Alexander Wolf and Cash Money Ap
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Kevin Orellana
Alex PetitC

12) “MiAMi” (Feat. Gunna)
Prod. by Cassius
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Sergio Kitchens
Joshua Cross

13) “KeeP IN tOUcH” (Feat. Bryson Tiller)
Prod. by Jordan Lewis, Nes and Hagler
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Jordan Lewis
Bryson Tiller
Phillip Anthony Coleman Jr.
Marvin Thomas

14) “S.w.I.n.G” (Feat. PnB Rock & Trey Songz)
Prod. by Foreign Teck, Dez Wright and Cash Money Ap
Lyricists:
Tremaine Aldon Neverson
Michael Hernandez
Daystar Peterson
Rakim Hasheem Allen
Dylan Cleary-Krell
Alex Petit

15) “Okay.Im”
Prod. by Plvyhaus and Smash David
Lyricists:
Daystar Peterson
Dante Pea
Samuel Jimenez
Barrington Wright

Jeremih & Ty Dolla $ign's "Mih-Ty": The Production Credits

What a time to be an “RnB Thug.” Today marks the musical union Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign, two the sport’s most acclaimed singers. Together, they linked to make up Mih-Ty, an eleven monitor venture with appearances from Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, and French Montana. So far, early fan response is promising, with many praising the pair’s easy chemistry. 

I absolutely can’t be alone in lacking the times when liner notes made up half the album listening expertise. Though bodily copies are now not the norm, we are able to nonetheless familiarize ourselves with the minds behind an album. It’s particularly fascinating to see the collaborative course of behind the lyrics, as evidenced by the myriad contributors on any given music. Peep the complete manufacturing credit for Mih-Ty under, as assembled by HHNM:

1) “The Light”
Prod. by Hitmaka and Ayo N Keyz
Lyricists:
KENNETH BURKE
Allen Felder
Austin Owens
James Foye
Stefan Gordy
Norma Wright
AHMAD LEWIS
John Klemmer
Jeremy Felton
Tyrone Griffin Jr

2) “Goin Thru Some Thangz”
Prod. by Machynist, Ayo N Keyz and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Austin Owens
Guy Zire
James Foye
Floyd Bentley
Christian Ward
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Drew Love
Jeremy Felton

three) “FYT” (Feat. French Montana)
Prod. by Hitmaka, Ayo N Keyz and Paul Cabbin
Lyricists:
Robert Kelly
James Foye III “Keyz”
Christopher Dotson
Lerron Carson
Austin Owens
Sean Combs
Arin Ray
Christian Ward
Daron Jones
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Melvin Moore
Karim Kharbouch
Jeremy Felton
Christopher Wallace

four) “Perfect Timing”
Prod. by OG Parker and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Christian Ward
Terrance Williams
Christopher Dotson
Joshua Isaih Parker
Jeremy Felton
Melvin Moore

5) “New Level”
Prod. by Floyd “A1” Bentley, Rickey “Slikk Muzik” Offord and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Jeremy Felton
Melvin Moore
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Christian Ward
Floyd Bentley
Daryl Simmons
Raphael Brown
Ralph B. Stacy
Christopher Dotson
Rickey Offord

6) “Take Your Time”
Prod. by Kevin Figs, RetroFuture and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Drew Love
Melvin Moore
Jeremy Felton
O.C.
Floyd Bentley
Kevin Figueiredo
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Christian Ward

7) “These Days”
Prod. by Ayo N Keyz and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Austin Owens
Homer R. Odell
James Foye III “Keyz”
Keirston Jamal Lewis
Ricky Kinchen
Lawrence G. Waddell
Floyd Bentley
Christian Ward
Stokley Williams
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Drew Love
Melvin Moore
Jeffrey Allen
Jeremy Felton

eight) “Surrounded” (Feat. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa)
Prod. by Billboard Hitmakers, Go Grizz and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
Jonathan De la Rosa
Mayila Caiemi Marie Jones
Kevin Andre Price
Jeremy Felton
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Christopher Brown
Christian Ward
Eduardo Burgess

9) “Lie 2 Me”
Prod. by Cue Beatz, Hitmaka and Chrishan
Lyricists:
Hitmaka
Chrishan
Ty Dolla Sign
Jeremih

10) “Ride It”
Prod. by Retro Future and Hitmaka
Lyricists:
O.C.
Jeremy Felton
Melvin Moore
Tyrone Griffin Jr
Christian Ward
Jocelyn Donald

11) “Imitate”
Prod. by Retro Future
Lyricists:
a1
Hitmaka
Jeremih
Melvin Moore
Drew Love
Ty Dolla Sign

Swizz Beatz Replies To "Special Delivery" Producer Claim That He Jacked Beat

One the various highlights on Lil Wayne’s new album, Tha Carter V is the Swizz Beatz produced single, “Uproar.” The track sparked a viral problem that has taken over the web, however sadly, not many individuals notice that Swizz Beatz straight reworked producer Ez Elpee’s beat for “Special Delivery” by G. Dep. Elpee accused Swizz downplaying the truth that the “Uproar” beat was based mostly on his manufacturing on “Special Delivery.” After Elpee’s feedback, Swizz took to social media to answer the claims.

Swizz Beatz heard Elpee’s phrase loud and clear. The “Uproar” producer took to social media to lastly give Elpee credit score for his work on the monitor. 

“Super shout out to Ez Elpee,” he mentioned in a publish on Instagram and Twitter. “The authentic producer ‘Special Delivery.'”

Swizz did not elaborate any additional, but it surely’s good to see him present Elpee the credit score he rightfully deserves. In Elpee’s interview with HipHopDX, he mentioned that he was initially upset over the truth that he was omitted from the credit.

“I went into the feedback or no matter, and Swizz] is making an attempt to downplay it,” he mentioned. “It’s identical to if I took ‘Ruff Ryders Anthem‘ and did it over and didn’t give him a credit score for it.”

Swizz Beatz is at present gearing as much as launch his forthcoming mission, Poison which incorporates the Lil Wayne-assisted single, “Pistol On My Side.”

Logic's "YSIV" Production Credits: 6ix Earns MVP Status

Though Kanye West had the foresight to delay his album, with the intention to give Lil Wayne area befitting his stature, Logic opted to stay to the game-plan. Bobby Tarantino got here by means of with the fourth quantity  Young Sinatra, stylized as YSIV for good measure. As a traditionalist the style, it is no shock that Logic has discovered these he deems kindred spirits, musical collaborators with whom he feels comfy canvassing. As it occurs, producer 6ix has turn into an important contributor to Logic’s imaginative and prescient, and such is not any completely different on this new endeavor.

Below,  has amassed the YSIV manufacturing credit, which, to no one’s shock, characteristic an abundance 6ix. Contributions from Cubeatz, Ryan Tedder, Vontae Thomas, Rascal, NAZ. and Sunny Norway are additionally current. Sadly, RZA opted out instrumentation, although he did lay down a superb verse on “Wu-Tang Forever.”  

1) “Thank You” (Feat. Lucy Rose & The RattPack)
Prod. by Vontae Thomas and Rascal
Lyricists:
Corinne Bailey Rae
Paris Strother
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Darrell Alston
Lucy Rose Parton
Tobias Breuer
Amber Strother

2) “Everybody Dies”
Prod. by 6IX and Cubeatz
Lyricists:
Khalil Abdul-Rahman
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Tim Gomringer
Kevin Gomringer

three) “The Return”
Prod. by 6IX
Lyricists:
Dimitri Tiomkin
Ned Washington
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II

four) “The Glorious Five”
Prod. by Matthew Crabtree and 6IX
Lyricists:
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Matthew Crabtree

5) “One Day” (Feat. Ryan Tedder)
Prod. by Ryan Tedder and 6IX
Lyricists:
Zach Skelton
Ryan Tedder
Kevin Randolph
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II

6) “Wu-Tang Forever” (Feat. Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, RZA, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Cappadonna, Jackpot
Scotty Wotty, U-God, Masta Killa & GZA)

Prod. by NAZ. and 6IX
Lyricists:
Russell Jones
Jason Hunter
Robert Diggs
Corey Woods
Dennis Coles
Darryl Hill
Caleb Armstrong
Brian Alexander Morgan
Arjun Ivatury
Elgin Turner
Lamont Hawkins
Ray Anthony Smith
Scott Watt
Joshua Portillo
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Gary Grice
Clifford Smith

7) “100 Miles And Running” (Feat. Wale & John Lindahl)
Prod. by 6IX and Logic
Lyricists:
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Jeremiah Lordan
John Dombek Lindahl
Olubowale Akintimehin

eight) “Ordinary Day” (Feat. Hailee Steinfeld)
Prod. by 6IX
Lyricists:
Hailee Steinfeld
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Nick Lubbersen

9) “YSIV”
Prod. by 6IX
Lyricists:
Nasir Jones
Olu Dara
Anthony S Cruz
Oliver A. Scott
Melvin Dinkins
Kier Gist
Ronnie James Wilson
Thomas Wlodaryck
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Arjun Ivatury

10) “Street Dreams II”
Prod. by 6IX
Lyricists:
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II

11) “The Adventures Of Stoney Bob” (Feat. Kajo, Slaydro & Big Lenbo)
Prod. by Kajo and 6IX
Lyricists:
Barrington Levy
Arkae Tauzon
Arjun Ivatury
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Frank Umana-Soto
Leon Ressalam

12) “Legacy”
Prod. by Sunny Norway and NAZ.
Lyricists:
Joshua Portillo
Jamahal Osley
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II

13) “ICONIC” (Feat. Jaden Smith)
Prod. by Sunny Norway and NAZ.
Lyricists:
Melvin CHAOS Lewis
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Arjun Ivatury

14) “Last Call”
Prod. by Izaïah and 6IX
Lyricists:
Sir Robert Bryson Hall II
Arjun Ivatury
Isaiah Elwell

Lil Wayne's "Carter V" Production Credits: Who Did What?

If you are like me, you postponed your bedtime to offer C5 an early-bird spin. Now that we have heard it a second or third time, it is time for us to replicate upon the record contributors, a grouping people as eclectic as Weezy imagines himself. Wayne’s tractor beam picked up anti-matter from rap yesteryear. The most stunning the company determine amongst the forgotten Young Money alumnus, in addition to R&B singers we had pronounced “good as retired,” together with Weezy’s personal child mom Nivea. See for your self.

Carter V Production Credits 

“I Love You Dwayne”

“Don’t Cry” that includes XXXTentacion
Producers: Ben Billions and Z3N

“Dedicate”
Producers: Manny Galvez, Roc & Mayne, Louie Haze

“Uproar”
Producers: Swizz Beatz and Avenue

“Let It Fly” that includes Travis Scott
Producers: Sevn Thomas and Dirtwork

“Can’t Be Broken”
Producers: Ben Billions and Thomas Troelsen

“Dark Side the Moon” that includes Nicki Minaj
Producers: Bloque and Jonah Christian

“Mona Lisa” that includes Kendrick Lamar
Producers: Infamous and Angel “Onhel” Aponte

“What About Me” that includes: Sosamann
Producers: Johnny Yukon and DJ Frank E

“Open Letter”
Producers: Johnny Yukon and DJ Frank E

“Famous” that includes Reginae Carter
Producers: Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph and Lasanna “Ace” Harris

“Problems”
Producer: Zaytoven

“Dope N****z” that includes Snoop Dogg
Producers: Rio and Kamo

“Hittas”
Producer: Jayones

“Took His Time”
Producer: FREEWAYTJAY

“Open Safe”
Producer: Mikely “Mike Free” Adam

“Start This S**t Off Right” that includes Ashanti and Mack Maine
Producer: Mannie Fresh

“Demon”
Producers: Cool & Dre and 808 Ray

“Mess”
Producer: Infamous

“Dope New Gospel” that includes Nivea
Producers: Rio and Kamo

“Perfect Strangers”
Producer: Mannie Fresh

“Used 2”
Producers: Metro Boomin and Prince 85

“Let It All Work Out”
Producers: Jordan, Myles William, Reefa

Lupe Fiasco's "DROGAS WAVE:" The Production Credits

Twenty-one totally different producers have been concerned in Lupe’s album-making course of, many these manufacturing scores have been joint efforts, and a great majority have been self-produced. The proficient Chicagoan is a famous swap hitter, having produced a great portion his current output, partly as a result of he likes to work on his personal time, and dealing alone offers him much more management over the top end result. Check out the manufacturing credit so as apparition.

1) In The Event Of Typhoon
Prod. by Simon Sayz and Abel Garibaldi

2) Drogas
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco, Dylan James, Soundtrakk, Christopher Killumbus and Boykin

three) Manilla
Prod. by Freeway Tjay

four) Gold vs. The Right Things To Do
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco, S1 and Luis Manuel

5) Slave Ship (Interlude)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco

6) WAV Files
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco

7) Down (Feat. Nikki Jean)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Soundtrakk

eight) Haile Selassie (Feat. Nikki Jean)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Soundtrakk

9) Alan Forever (Feat. Crystal Torres)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Christopher Killumbus

10) Helter Skelter (Interlude)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco

11) Stronger (Feat. Nikki Jean)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and T3k

12) Sun God Sam & The California Drug Deals (Feat. Nikki Jean)
Prod. by Christian Sager, Vohn Beatz, Carl McCormick and Lupe Fiasco

13) XO (Feat. Troi Irons)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco, Simon Sayz and Ian Valentine

14) Don’t Mess Up The Children (Interlude)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco

15) Jonylah Forever
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Soundtrakk

16) Kingdom (Feat. Damian Marley)
Prod. by Oren Yoel, Lupe Fiasco and DJ Dahi

17) Baba Kwesi (Interlude)
No credit listed

18) Imagine (Feat. Simon Sayz & Crytal Torres)
Prod. by Simon Sayz, Lupe Fiasco and Ian Valentine

19) Stack That Cheese (Feat. Nikki Jean)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco, Flame and Floss

20) Cripple (Feat. Elena Pinderhughes)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Soundtrakk

21) King Nas
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Soundtrakk

22) Quotations From Chairman Fred (Feat. Nikki Jean & Bishop Edgar Jackson)
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco

23) Happy Timbuck2 Day
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco, Simon Sayz and Ian Valentine

24) Mural Jr.
Prod. by Lupe Fiasco and Johnny Thomas Jr.

The Producers Hidden in Eminem's Kamikaze Credits

The 13-track, Kamikaze, marks Eminem’s 10th album to date. The work was, to no surprise, executive produced by Dr. Dre and released on Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment.

Eminem included features from Joyner Lucas, Royce da 5’9”, and Jessie Reyez – not to mention Kendrick Lamar received composer credit on ‘Greatest’ – but some the biggest producer names are hidden within the credits.

Here is the full production credit list:

  • “The Ringer”
    Producers: Illadaproducer, Ronny J, Eminem
  • “Greatest”
    Producers: Mike Will Made-It, Jeremy Miller
  • “Lucky You” f/ Joyner Lucas
    Producers: Boi-1da, Jahaan Sweet, Illadaproducer, Eminem
  • “Paul” (Skit)
    Producers: Eminem
  • “Normal”
    Producers: Illadaproducer, S1, Lonestarrmuzik, Swish Allnet
  • “Em Calls Paul” (Skit)
    Producers: Eminem
  • “Stepping Stone”
    Producers: Eminem, Luis Resto
  • “Not Alike” f/ Royce da 5’9

           Producers: Tay Keith, Ronny J, Eminem

  • “Fall”
    Producers: Mike Will Made-It, Eminem
  • “Kamikaze”
    Producers: Tim Suby, Eminem
  • “Nice Guy” f/ Jessie Reyez
    Producers: Fred Ball, S1, Eminem
  • “Good Guy” f/ Jessie Reyez
    Producers: Illadaproducer, Eminem
  • “Venom (Music From the Motion Picture)”
    Producers: Eminem, Luis Resto

Eminem’s surprise album, Kamikaze, is available to stream through Spotify and Apple Music right now.

Young Thug's "Slime Language" Production Credits Revealed

Young Thug hasn’t actually released a full solo album or mixtape this year but he blessed up late last night with the Young Stoner Life compilation record, Slime Language. In the week’s leading up to the project’s release, the rapper revealed tidbits information surrounding it. The rapper revealed several the features on the project a few weeks a go but no word on who handled the production on the project. Now, the production credits for Slime Language has arrived and it features some the producers who are known to bring out the best in Thug.

Young Thug tapped a slew producers to help bring Slime Language to life. There are several tracks on the project that have multiple producers credited on it. Wheezy and Keyyz hold down the majority the project and even team up for the project’s opener, “Tsunami.” Additionally, Woodpecker, Smoke, K Bangerz, SinGrinch, Psymun, Charlie Handsome, Mattazik, kacey Khaliel, DY, Bobby Raps, Cicero On Da Beat, Super, Billboard Hitmakers and Turbo all have production credits on Slime Language.

Peep the full production credits below.

1. “Tsunami” (Produced by Wheezy and Keyyz)
2. “U Ain’t Slime Enough” featuring Karlae and Duke (Produced by Woodpecker)
3. “Gain Clout” (Produced by Keyyz and Smoke)
4. “Oh Yeah” featuring Hidoraah (Produced by K Bangerz and Keyyz)
5. “Audemar” featuring Tracy T (Produced by Keyyz)
6. “Chanel (Go Get It)” featuring Gunna and Lil Baby (Produced by Wheezy, SinGrinch and Psymun)
7. “Dirty Shoes” featuring Gunna (Produced by Wheezy and Charlie Handsome)
8. “It’s a Slime” featuring Lil Uzi Vert (Produced by Wheezy)
9. “Scoliosis” featuring Gunna and Duke (Produced by Keyyz, Mattazik and Smoke)
10. “Goin Up” featuring Lil Keed (Produced by Kacey Khaliel)
11. “January 1st” featuring Jacquees and Trapboy Freddy (Produced by Wheezy, DY, Bobby Raps and Cicero On Da Beat)
12. “Chains Choking Me” featuring Gunna (Produced by Wheezy, Bobby Raps and Charlie Handsome)
13. “STS” featuring Strick (Produced by Super)
14. “Expensive” featuring Hidoraah and Dolly (Produced by Billboard Hitmakers)
15. “Slimed In” featuring Nechie (Produced by Turbo)

All songs mixed by Alex Tumay and mastered by Joe LaPorta (Sterling Sound).

Studios: Treesound Studios (Atlanta), Crosby Studios (Los Angeles), Record Plant (Los Angeles), Billboard Studios (Atlanta)

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Travis Scott "Astroworld" Full Credits Are Here

A few hours before Astroworld debuted at midnight last night, we were provided with the ficial tracklist. Many were surprised to see “Butterfly Effect” make the cut with one the promo singles, “Watch” being removed. As we all take a trip to Astroworld today, we need to thank not only Travis for coming up with the concept but everybody that worked on the project by his side. Of course, Mike Dean was a major part in making this project possible but his collaborators and numerous producers were instrumental in coming up with the sound that Travis desired for Astroworld

With so much anticipation behind it, the album seems to live up to the hype after seeing people’s first reactions. Of course, so many the collaborations were unexpected on here. Drake has a spot on “Sicko Mode” and everybody’s favorite recluse Frank Ocean makes an appearance on a different song. Of course, with one look at the credits, you can tell that a lot work was put into the making Astroworld. La Flame’s super-team came through in Hawaii with features from Stevie Wonder and James Blake all people, and the rest the list is impressive as expected.

Below, we’ve included a list the production, writing and performance credits thanks to Complex. Take a look!

“Stargazing”

Composers
Sonny Digital
Mike Dean
B Wheezy
CyHi the Prynce
Travis Scott
30 Roc
Jamie Lepe
B Korn

Lyricists 
Travis Scott
Jamie Lepe
B Wheezy
Mike Dean
CyHi the Prynce
B Korn
30 Roc
Sonny Digital

Producers 
B Wheezy
30 Roc
B Korn
Sonny Digital

 

“Carousel”

Composers
Frank Ocean
Hit-Boy
Travis Scott

Lyricists
Hit-Boy
Travis Scott
Frank Ocean

Producers
Hit-Boy

“Sicko Mode” 

Composers
Hit-Boy
Mike Dean
Drake
Oz
CyHi the Prynce
Travis Scott
Mirsad Dervic
Tay Keith

Lyricists
Mike Dean
Hit-Boy
Travis Scott
Drake
Tay Keith
Oz
Mirsad Dervic
CyHi the Prynce

Producers 
Tay Keith
Oz
Cubeatz
Hit-Boy

 

“R.I.P. Screw”

Composers 
Mike Dean
Travis Scott
Swae Lee

Lyricists
Swae Lee
Travis Scott
Mike Dean

Producers
FKi 1st
Travis Scott 

 

“Stop Trying to Be God”

Composers 
James Blake
Travis Scott
Cubeatz

Lyricists 
Cubeatz
James Blake
Travis Scott

Producers
J Beatzz
Travis Scott
Mike Dean

 

“No Bystanders”

Composers
Mike Dean
WondaGurl
Travis Scott
Juice WRLD
Sheck Wes

Lyricists 
Travis Scott
Sheck Wes
Juice WRLD
Mike Dean
WondaGurl

Producers 
Gezin
808 Mafia
WondaGurl
Mike Dean

 

“Skeletons”

Composers 
Pharrell Williams
The Weeknd
Kevin Parker
Travis Scott
Mike Dean
Reine Fiske

Lyricists 
Reine Fiske
Kevin Parker
Mike Dean
The Weeknd
Pharrell Williams
Travis Scott

Producers
Tame Impala

 

“Wake Up”

Composers 
The Weeknd
Mike Dean
Frank Dukes
Travis Scott
Sevn Thomas
Wallis Lane

Lyricists 
Frank Dukes
Travis Scott
Wallis Lane
Sevn Thomas
The Weeknd
Mike Dean

Producers
Sevn Thomas
Wallis Lane
Frank Dukes

 

“5% Tint”

Composers 
Travis Scott
Mike Dean
FKi 1st
CyHi the Prynce

Lyricists 
FKi 1st
Mike Dean
CyHi the Prynce
Travis Scott

Producers 
FKi 1st

 

“NC-17”

Composers
Boi-1da
Mike Dean
Travis Scott
21 Savage
Johnny Stefene

Lyricists 
Boi-1da
Mike Dean
Travis Scott
21 Savage
Johnny Stefene

Producers
Cubeatz
Boi-1da

 

“Astrothunder”

Composers 
Travis Scott
Thundercat
Frank Dukes
John Mayer

Lyricists
John Mayer
Thundercat
Frank Dukes
Travis Scott

Producers 
Frank Dukes
John Mayer
Travis Scott
Thundercat

 

“Yosemite” 

Composers 
June James
Gunna
NAV
Travis Scott

Lyricists 
Gunna
Travis Scott
June James
NAV

Producers
Turbo
June James

 

“Can’t Say”

Composers 
Sonny Digital
Mike Dean
Frank Dukes
Jacques Webster
WondaGurl
Don Toliver
London Cyr

Lyricists 
WondaGurl
London Cyr
Travis Scott
Sonny Digital
Mike Dean
Frank Dukes
Don Toliver

Producers 
WondaGurl
Frank Dukes

 

“Who? What!”

Composers 
Quavo
Travis Scott
Takef
Cardo
30 Roc

Lyricists 
Cardo
Travis Scott
Quavo
30 Roc
Takef

Producers 
30 Roc
Cardo 

 

“Butterfly Effect”

Composers 
Murda Beatz
Donald Paton
Travis Scott

Lyricists 
Donald Paton
Jacques Webster
Murda Beatz

Producers 
Murda Beatz

 

“Houstonfornication”

Composers 
Sevn Thomas
Travis Scott
Wallis Lane

Lyricists 
Travis Scott
Sevn Thomas
Wallis Lane

Producers 
Sevn Thomas
Wallis Lane

 

“Cfee Bean”

Composers 
Mike Dean
CyHi the Prynce
Nineteen85 
Travis Scott
Tim Suby

Lyricists 
Mike Dean
Nineteen85 
Tim Suby
Travis Scott
CyHi the Prynce

Producers
Nineteen85

The-Dream Sells 75% Of His Catalog For $23 Million

R&B impresario the-Dream has made a startling decision over his master catalog. Hipgnosis Songs, a music IP investment firm set up by a former entertainment manager who once handled Beyonce and Guns N’ Roses’ affairs, struck a deal with the artist for $23 million dollars. The partnership will hand Hipgnosis a 75 percent stake in The-Dream’s 302-song catalog.

The remaining 25 percent will be retained. Of course, the many accolades and songwriting credits will also stay perched on his mantle. We’re talking: 25 Billboard top 10 songs and four Grammy Award trophies, for works either written, co-written or produced by The-Dream. some his notable songwriting credits include Rihanna’s “Umbrella,” Bey’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” Kanye West’s “All Of The Lights” and countless more.

As part the deal, The-Dream will become part Hipgnosis’ advisory board. Aside from capturing the 75 percent stake, Hipgnosis has identified 7 other “pipeline” catalogs which would bring them over the one thousand mark for Global artists charting over the last 50 years. The arrangement is supposed to help artist develop a low risk strategy for royalty returns. In the year 2018, you can buy stocks in an artist’s body work. Say The-Dream’s music is featured in a movie, well you get the picture.

Invest wisely folks. 

Here Are All The Production Credits For Drake’s “Scorpion” Album

After months anticipation, Drake’s fifth studio album, Scorpion, was finally released today. The 25-song double-sided project features guest appearances from the late Michael Jackson and Static Major, plus Ty Dolla $ign & Jay Z as well. To go along with features, we now know who contributed to the production side the album thanks to Hov’s streaming service Tidal, who revealed the credits along with the album’s release, and it’s pretty stacked.

Executive produced by OVO’s Noah “40” Shebib, Scorpion’s production comes from Boi-1da, Noel Cadestre, DJ Premier, No I.D., Allen Ritter, PARTYNEXTDOOR, T-Minus, Murda Beatz, !LLMIND, Jahaan Sweet, Cardo, DJ Paul,Yung Exclusive, OOGIE MANE, Wallis Lane and Tay Keith. Meanwhile there’s also additional vocal credit to the likes Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, James Fauntelroy, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Paul Anka, and Stefflon Don.

Check out the full credits (below) and stream the album right here on HNHH if you haven’t done so already.

Side A

1. Survival

Produced by No ID
Additional Production by Noah “40” Shebib

2. Nonstop

Produced by Tay Keith
Additional Production by No ID  & Noel 

3. Elevate

Produced by Nonstop Da Hitman
Co-Produced by PARTYNEXTDOOR 

4. Emotionless

Produced by No ID
Co-Produced by Noah “40” Shebib
Outro & Additional Keyboards by The 25th Hour

5. God’s Plan

Produced by Boi-1da, Cardo & Young Exclusive
Additional Production by Noah “40” Shebib

 6. I’m Upset

Produced by Oogie Mane

7. 8 Out Of 10

Produced by Boi-1da & Jahan Sweet
Additional Production by OB

8. Mob Ties

Produced by Boi-1da & Allen Ritter 

9. Can’t Take A Joke

Produced by ModMaxx

10. Sandra’s Rose

Produced by DJ Premier
Additional Production by Maneesh

11. Talk Up ft. Jay-Z

Produced by DJ Paul
Background Vocals by Baka Not Nice

12. Is There More

Produced by Wallis Lane & Preme
Additional Vocals by Nai Palm 

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Side B

1. Peak

Produced by Noah “40” Shebib 

2. Summer Games

Produced by Noah “40” Shebib & No ID 

3. Jaded 

Produced by Noel
Background Vocals by Ty Dolla $ign 

4. Nice For What

Produced by Murda Beatz
Co-Produced by Blaqnmild
Additional Production by Noah “40” Shebib & Corey Litwin
Additional Vocals by: Big Freedia, 5thWard Weebie & Glenishe “Bobby Jean” Rowe

 5. Finesse

Produced by Noel
Background Vocals by James Fauntelroy 

6. Ratchet Happy Birthday

Produced by Boi-1da
Co- Produced by Jahaan Sweet & D10
Background Vocals by PARTYNEXTDOOR

7. That’s How You Feel

Produced by Noel
Additional Vocals by Nicki Minaj
Background Vocals by DJ Bo

8. Blue Tint

Produced by Supah Mario, Taz Taylor and JRHitMaker
Additional Production by IllMind
Additional Vocals by Future

9. In My Feelings

Produced by TrapMoneyBenny & BlaqnMild
Additional Production by Noah “40” Shebib
Additional Vocals by Lil Wayne, Magnolia Shorty & City Girls

10. Don’t Matter To Me feat. Michael Jackson

Produced by Noah “40” Shebib & Nineteen85 

11. After Dark feat. Static Major & Ty Dolla $ign

Produced by Static Major & Noah “40” Shebib
Additional Vocals by Al Wood 

12. Final Fantasy

Produced by Boi-1da & Noah “40” Shebib
Co-Produced by Jahaan Sweet
Background Vocals by Daniel Daley DVSN 

13. March 14

Produced by T-Minus
Co-Produced by Josh Valle
Additional Vocals by James Fauntelroy