Last night, Beyonce stopped the world once again with the release of her 6th studio album, Lemonade, which dropped just before the end of her HBO special of the same name, which aired at 9 p.m. ET last night. The special, a short film directed by Khalil Joseph (Kendrick Lamar‘s “m.A.A.d.” short film), doubled as a preview of Bey’s album, which features vocal contributions from The Weeknd, Kendrick, Jack White and James Blake.
While the BeyHive, and frankly everyone else with a pulse scrambles to stream Beyonce’s album today–it’s available, for now, only through TIDAL–more information is being released about the myriad of people Mrs. Carter collaborated with for newest opus. A couple of the collaborators were previewed through the HBO special, but several other big names can be spotted throughout Bey’s official album credits, snapshots of which are below.
Vampire Weekend lead singer Ezra Koenig snagged songwriting credits on “Hold Up”–Soulja Boy received a liner note nod thanks to Beyonce’s rapping of his famous “hopped up out the bed and get my swag on” line–while The-Dream and Roc Nation rapper Belly assisted in penning “6 Inch,” which is co-produced by Ben Billions, the man behind Yo Gotti‘s smash hit “Down In The DM.”
Mike Dean, sonic conductor for Kanye West and Travi$ Scott, produced and engineered on “Love Drought,” Just Blaze is one of three producers on the Kendrick Lamar-featured “Freedom,” and Andre 3000 received co-songwriting credits on “All Night.”
Check out the full credits below.