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Drake's 'More Life' Writing & Production Credits

By Trevor Smith

Drake's More Life project finally arrived Saturday night, and now that we've had a few solid listens to the project it's time to dive a little deeper. As expected the project features a plethora of collaborators and producers, though they're hard to keep track of without a look at the proper writing credits.

Below you will find the the producers and composers credited for each song on More Life. Keep in mind that composer credits include samples and interpolations, of which there are many across the 22-track playlist.

1. Free Smoke

Composers: A. Graham, M. Samuels, A. Ritter, M. Bernard, B. Antoine, D Sewell, P. Bender, S. Mavin, P. Moss & N. Saalfield

Producers: Allen Ritter & Boi 1da

2. No Long Talk (Feat. Giggs)

Composers: A. Graham, N. Thompson, S. Lindstorm, T. Gomringer & K. Gomringer

Producers: Murda Beatz & Cubeatz

3. Passionfruit

Composers: A. Graham & N. Rogues

Producers: Nana Rogues

4. Jorja Interlude (Feat. Jorja Smith)

Composers: A. Graham, N. Shebib, J. Smith, D. McLean & A. Eccleston

Producers: Noah "40" Shebib

5. Get It Together (Feat. Black Coffee and Jorja Smith)

Composers: A. Graham, P Jefferies, N. Shebib, B. Nqwiliso, N Maphumulo, Nkosinathi Maphumulo & Busisiwe Nqwiliso

Producers: Nineteen85, 40, & Stwo

6. Madiba Riddim

Composers: A. Graham, P Jefferies, A. Feeney & Charlie Handsome

Producers: Frank Dukes & Nineteen85

7. Blem

Composers: A. Graham, T. Williams & L. Ritchie

Producers: T-Minus

8. 4422 (feat. Sampha)

Composers: S. sisay & F. NguyenTran

Producers: FrancisGotHeat

9. Gyalchester

Composers: A. Graham, I. Megyimorecz & R. Brooks

Producers: iBeatz

10. Skepta Interlude (Feat. Skepta)

Composers: Skepta & Nana Rogues

Producers: Rogues

11. Portland (feat. Quavo and Travis Scott)

Composers: A. Graham, Q. Marshall, J. Webster, S. Lindstorm, T. Gomringer & K. Gomringer

Producers: Murda Beatz & Cubeatz

12. Sacrifices (Feat. 2 Chainz and Young Thug)

Composers: A. Graham, T. Epps, J. Williams, T. Williams & D. Johnson

Producers: T-Minus & DeeJay

13. Nothings Into Somethings

Composers: A. Graham, R. Martinez, N. Jahanbin, Paimon Jahanbin & E. Panford

Producers: Wallis Lane, G. Ry, & Nabeyin

14. Teenage Fever

Composers: A. Graham, M. Thomas, J. Lopez, R. Jerkins, F. Jerkins III, L. Daniels & C. Rooney

Producers: Hagler

15. KMT (Feat. Giggs)

Composers: A. Graham, N. Thompson, C. Shaikh & C. Clayburn

Producers: Ness Beats & Chef Pasquale

16. Lose You

Composers: A. Graham, N. Shebib & S. Vidal

Producers: Stwo & 40.

17. Can't Have Everything

Composers: A. Graham, J. Singh & S. Samson

Producers: Jazzfeezy & Steve Samson

18. Glow (Feat. Kanye West)

Composers: A. Graham, K. West, N. Shebib, C. Young, L. King Jr, Noah Shebib, M. Yusef, J. Sakiya Sandifer, N. Goldstein, Phillip Bailey, Maurice White, Aubrey Graham, Carlo Montagnese, Majid Al Maskati, Gabriel Garzón-Montano, Anthony Jeffries, Ilsey Juber, Kenza Sa

Producers: 40, Noah Goldstein, & Kanye West

19. Since Way Back (Feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR)

Composers: A. Graham, J. Brathwaite, N. Shebib, R. Martinez, M. Hutchison, M. Surio, R. Kelly & W. Campbell

Producers: 40, T0PFLR, G. Ry, PARTYNEXTDOOR, & M3rge

20. Fake Love

Composers: A. Graham, A. Hernandez, A. Feeney, B. Hazzard, L. Huff, G. McFadden & J. Whitehead

Producers: Vinylz

21. Ice Melts (Feat. Young Thug)

ComposersL A. Graham, J.Williams, J. Priester & L. Griffin Jr

Producers: Supah Mario

22. Do Not Disturb

Composers: A. Graham, M. Samuels, A. Ritter, N. Shebib, Snoh Aalegra & L. Kali

Producers: 40, Boi 1da, & Allen Ritter (Read More)

Mike Will Made It Announces Release Date For 'Ransom 2'

By Kevin Goddard

After a couple set backs & delays, it looks like we finally have a release date for Mike Will Made It’s highly anticipated Ransom 2 project. On Tuesday, the ATL hitmaker took to Instagram to announce that he’s “dropping the soundtrack of the culture 3/24/17 thanks for your patience.”

Dropping next Friday (3/24), Ransom 2 is being led by the newly-released single (and video) “Gucci On My” featuring 21 Savage, YG & Migos. In addition that, fans can also expect to hear new sounds from Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, Rae Sremmurd, Big Sean, and many more on the sequel as well.

Peep the IG post (below), and look for an official tracklist to surface hopefully soon. Last month, Mike Will shared a tentative tracklist on twitter, but some changes were going to be added apparently. (Read More)

Dreamville Signee J.I.D Reveals Album Tracklist & Release Date

By Rose Lilah

J. Cole's Dreamville imprint recently welcomed a new signee, Atlanta-born J.I.D. With the deal still quite fresh, J.I.D is wasting no time in the release of his first album on Dreamville, The Never Story.

The album was first teased alongside the announcement of J.I.D's signing, however this evening the artist shared the album artwork and release date on Instagram. The Never Story is due out on March 10th. The tracklist reveals two songs produced by J. Cole, and a feature from EarthGang.

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Travis Scott Announces New Label 'Cactus Jack Records'

By Trevor Smith

Travis Scott just shared his Birds Eye View tour dates, but that isn't the only announcement the Houston rapper has planned for today. In a new interview with Numero, Travis has revealed that he's launching a brand new label called Cactus Jack Records.

"I’m not doing it to have financial control over my music," he says of the idea behind the new label. "I want first and foremost to help other artists, launch new names, to provide opportunities. I want to do for them what happened to me, but better. By better I mean no bullshit. No lying to the artists about album release dates or the budgets of videos and albums."

Travis has been signed to EPIC since 2012. It's unclear if Cactus Jack will be an imprint under the label.

The interview also features a quote about Travis' first encounter with Kanye West, who has become a regular collaborator of his.

"Kanye, he’s my buddy," said Travis. "When I got the chance to meet him I was so nervous. He listened to my music and thought it was cool. Two weeks later he sent me an email and I found myself on the way to Paris to take part in his Yeezus album.”

Scott also made sure to praise some artists outside of the genre of rap, expressing his fandom fro Black Sabbath, Calvin Harris, James Blake, and Tame Impala. In general, he's making an effort not to limit himself to being a "rapper."

"What the fuck is a rapper?" he says. "I dunno. A country singer, it doesn’t mean anything anymore. No one is a country singer unless he wants to get stuck in one single genre. Me, I sing, I rap, I do beats, I sometimes make videos. Labels piss me off. "
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Chance The Rapper Has Many Features On DJ Khaled's New Album

By Shaun M

Dan Khaled has been leaving a lot of breadcrumbs on social media. Just a few days ago, he was shooting a video with Justin Bieber, Migos, Lil Wayne and Chance The Rapper. This week, the hitmaker revealed he had four Lil Chano songs on the shelf for his new album Grateful.

"You got to keep that very top secret," he said to his associate in a Snapchat video Tuesday. "I might put three or five."

He also shared the clip on Instagram. In the captions he added that he might put all four on his upcoming project. Earlier this week, the We The Best Music Group founder confirmed that Drake would also be on it. The hit producer has been responsible for many amazing hip hop collaborations over the years such as "They Don't Love You No More," "No New Friends" and "All I Do Is Win." (Read More)