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thank you
First off, Thank you God for allowing me to make it to this point.
Thank you to my little sister for letting me borrow your allowance when mom wouldn’t give me bread. Thank you to my little brother for being the most animated person I know. Thank you to my Dad for being the best and craziest Dad I have ever known. Thanks for teaching me everything I know. Can’t forget about Wanda Webster, my amazing
Mom. Thanks for putting up with my shit. Thanks for spending every dime on me. Thanks for coming to my rescue every time. I love you sooooooooo fucking much. I wouldn’t know what I would do if I didn’t have you. To my Aunt Debra and Uncle Travis, my inspiration when
I grow old. I wanna be happy and caring like you. To my Grandmother,
I’m glad y’all are still here to witness the kid get dizzy. I love you
Uncle Allen and Aunt VV love y’all. VV wish you were around to capture the pictures of the kid growing. To my brothers for life J-Will, J-Rich,
Dozie, Chase B, Ashton, we finally did this shit from T Lock up in my mothafucking room all fucking night, eating that double cheese and hitting that wing stop, sweating in what we knew was the pit. We did it niggas, time to take it to the next level billion dollar mindset. To my new found brothers Easy, David, Marc, Corey, Daniel, Bizzy, thanks for holding it the fuck down. I owe you a fucking ton. Y’all have a crazy amazing soul. I wouldn’t have survived a day without y’all. To my nigga Sickamore, thanks for being down since day one, believing in a nigga mad early when everybody called us crazy. You stood by us. Thanks for dropping everything to come complete this mission. To Laurie, my lawyer, thanks for holding it down early when I came in with nothing before I even knew I was going to be an artist. Thank you to LA Reid, Sylvia Rhone and my awesome label. Thank you to the Empire Hotel for letting me stay there for the love some nights. Thank you to La Esquina, I love you.
Thank you to my fans. This is for you... Oh yea thanks to my nigga
Ye and TIP for taking the young La Flame in and inspiring a nigga.

pornography oh my dis side
3500
wasted
90210
pray 4 love nightcrawler piss on your grave antidote impossible maria i’m drunk flying high i can tell apple pie bonus tracks ok alright never catch me

pornography

oh my dis side ft. quav uavo 3500 ft. future & 2 chainz

Written by Jacques Webster, Leland Wayne, Sonny Corey Uwaezuoke,
Mike Dean, Torsten Olafsson, Finn Olafsson, Peter Mellin and Glen Fisher
| Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Metro Boomin’ Want Some
More, LLC/Pluto Mars Music (BMI) / Sonny Digital Music Group LLC/Bang
Village/Irving Music (BMI) | Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa
George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. /
Olfassongs (Koda) | Produced by Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin , Travis Scott and Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Productions | Keyboards by Mike Dean and Metro Boomin | Narration by T.I. | T.I. Recorded by Ari Raskin at Platinum
Sound Recording Studios, New York, NY | Recorded by Blake Harden,
Jordan Lewis, Alex Tumay and Jimmy Cash at Serenity West Recording
Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Stuart Innis at Dean’s List House of Hits,
SoHo, NYC | Assisted by Albert Chee | T.I. appears courtesy of Columbia
Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment | Contains a sample from
“Expectation” written by Torsten Olafsson, Finn Olafsson, Peter Mellin and
Glen Fisher, as performed by Ache, published by Olfassongs (Koda), used courtesy of Sony Music Denmark. | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou. | Contains a sample from “Expectation” written by Torsten Olafsson, Finn Olafsson, Peter Mellin and Glen Fisher, as performed by Ache, published by Olfassongs (Koda), used courtesy of Sony Music Denmark.

Written by Jacques Webster, Allen Ri len Ritter, Adam Feeney and Quavious
Marshall, Tommy Paxton Beesley and Mi nd Mike Dean | Published by Travis Scott
Music (BMI) / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Nyan King Music Inc./EMI Music
CAP)
(SOCAN) / Quavious Marshall/Quality Control Music (ASCAP) | Warnerality
Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm.
Papa
by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | Produced by Allen Ritter for Ritter orp. Boy Music, Travis Scott and Frank Dukes | Additional Production by Mike k Duk
Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Production | Keyboards by Terrace Martin, uctions Larrance “Rance” Dopson of 1500 or Nothin | Vocals by River Tiber | Piano
No
by Mike Dean | Additional Vocals by Rive Tiber | Recorded by Blake Harden y River and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West Coast, L ast, Los Angeles, CA and Serenity West
Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Jordan Lewis and Alex Tumay at an Patchwerk Studios, Atlanta, GA | Assist ssisted by Albert Chee | Quavo appears courtesy of Quality Control Music | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou. nd T

Written by Jacques Webster, Leland Wayne, Mike Dean, Emmanuel
Nickerson, Xavier Dotson, Allen Ritter, Nayvadius Wilburn and Tauheed
Epps | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Metro Boomin’ Want
Some More, LLC/Pluto Mars Music (BMI) / Warner-Tamerlane Publishing
Corp. (BMI) / Papa George Music (BMI) all rights administered by WarnerTamerlane Publishing Corp./WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) and Connoisseur of Connisseurs (ASCAP). o/b/o itself and WB Music Corp. / Zaytoven
Publishing/Ultra Empire Music (BMI) / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Nayvadius
Maximus Music/Irving Music (BMI) / Ty Epps Music (ASCAP) / Reservoir
Media Management | Produced by Metro Boomin, Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Productions, Travis Scott and Mano for Treated Crew |
Additional Production by Zaytoven for Familiar Territory, Inc. and Allen
Ritter for Ritter Boy Music | Keyboards by Mike Dean, Zaytoven and Allen
Ritter | Guitar by Mike Dean | Drum Programming by Metro Boomin and
Mike Dean | Recorded by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC and Alex Tumay, Blake Harden, Jordan Lewis and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West
Coast, Los Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles,
CA | Future Vocals Recorded by Seth Firkins for 5X5 Media Group at Chalice
Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA | 2 Chainz Vocals Recorded by Finis “KY”
White for KY Recordings at Street Execs Studios, Atlanta, GA | 2 Chainz appears courtesy of Def Jam Records | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List
House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.Records

wasted ft. juicy j

90210 ft. kacy hill

pray 4 love ft. the weeknd

Written by Jacques Webster, Leland Wayne, Adam Feeney, Jordan Houston, Larry
Price, Michael Barnett, Will Barnett, Chad Butler, George Clinton, Jr., T. Noporat and Mike Dean | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Metro Boomin’ Want
Some More, LLC/Pluto Mars Music (BMI) / Nyan King Music Inc./EMI Music
(SOCAN) / DEeEtta Music (BMI) / EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) o/b/o EMI Songs
LTD UK (PRS) / Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC/Pimp My Pen Int. (ASCAP) /
Warner Chappell Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / Bridgeport Music, Inc. (BMI) | / WarnerTamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | Produced by Metro Boomin and Travis
Scott | Additional Production by Frank Dukes and Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s
List Productions | Keyboards by Metro Boomin and Mike Dean | Narration by T.I. |
T.I. Recorded by Ari Raskin at Platinum Sound Recording Studios, New York, NY
| Recorded by Blake Harden, Jordan Lewis, Alex Tumay and Jimmy Cash at Sarm
West Coast, Los Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles,
CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Juicy J appears courtesy of Kemosabe Records/
Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment | T.I. appears courtesy of Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment | Contains a sample of “Havin’ Thangs 06” written by Michael Barnett, Will Barnett, Chad Butler and
George Clinton, Jr., as performed by Pimp C (featuring Big Mike), published by Warner Chappell Music, Inc. (ASCAP) and Bridgeport Music, Inc. (BMI), used courtesy of Rap A Lot Records. Contains a sample from “Let Your Life Be
Free” written by T. Noporat, as performed by T. Zchien & The Johnny. Under license from Now And Again Records. | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List
House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

ry Natche, Allen Ritter, Ebony Oshunrinde,
Written by Jacques Webster, Dacoury Nat hantel Glenda “Gizzle” Proby, Kacy Hill, Chantel Jeffries and Mike Dean | Published roductions/Sony/ATV Publishing (SESAC) / by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Dahi Product rl Music
Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Wondagurl Mus (SOCAN) / Makin’ Grandma Proud
(ASCAP)/Sony/ATV Tunes LLC / Kacy Hill Publishing Designee / Chantel er-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa
Jeffries Publishing Designee | Warner-T
.
George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | ter Produced by DJ Dahi and Allen Ritter for Ritter Boy Music, Mike Dean #MWA vis Scott | Additional Production by Ebony for Dean’s List Productions and Travis Sc dagurl “Wondagurl” Oshunrinde for Wondagurl Music | Additional Vocals by Kacy
Keyboards, Bass and Drum Programming
Hill and Chantel Jeffries | Guitar, Keybo gramming by Apex Martin | Keyboards by by Mike Dean | Additional Drum Program
Recorded by Blake Harden, Jordan Lewis,
Allen Ritter | Piano by Mike Dean | Recor ast, Los Angeles, CA and Stuart Innis at and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West Coast, L
Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC | Assisted by Albert Chee | Kacy Hill
/Def Jam Recordings | Mixed by Mike Dean appears courtesy of G.O.O.D. Music/Def J at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

Written by Jacques Webster, Carlo Montagnese, Mike Dean, Allen Ritter,
Adam Feeney and Abel Tesfaye | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) /
Songs Music Publishing, LLC o/b/o Songs of SMP (ASCAP) / Songs of Hear The Art (BMI) adm. by Sony/ATV Music Publishing / WarnerTamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. / Ritter Boy Music (ASCAP) / Nyan
King Music Inc./EMI Music (SOCAN) / The Weeknd XO (SOCAN) | Produced by Illangelo, The Weeknd, Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Productions,
Ben Billions and Travis Scott | Additional Production by Allen Ritter for
Ritter Boy Music | Recorded by Stuart Innis at Dean’s List House of Hits,
SoHo, NYC | The Weeknd Vocals Recorded by Illangelo | The Weeknd appears courtesy of XO/Republic Records

nightcrawler ft. swae lee & chief keef

piss on your grave ft. kanye west

antidote

Written by Jacques Webster, Mike Dean, Leland Wayne, Joshua
Howard Luellen, Bryan Simmons, Allen Ritter, Khalif Brown, Aaquil
Brown and Keith Cozart | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI)
/ Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music
(BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | Metro
Boomin’ Want Some More, LLC/Pluto Mars Music (BMI) / Joshua
Howard Luellen Publishing Designee / Bryan Simmons Publishing
Designee / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Eardrummer Entertainment
LLC/Khalif Brown BMI Publishing Designee/Warner-Chappell
Publishing (ASCAP) / Chief Keef Music/Warner-Chappell Publishing
(ASCAP) | Produced by Metro Boomin, Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s
List Productions, Travis Scott, Southside and TM88 | Additional
Production by Allen Ritter for Ritter Boy Music | Keyboards, Drum
Programming by Mike Dean | Recorded by Blake Harden, Jordan
Lewis, Alex Tumay and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West Coast, Los
Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA
| Assisted by Albert Chee | Swae Lee appears courtesy of Eardruma/
Interscope Records | Chief Keef appears courtesy of Glo Gang |
Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix
Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

Written by Jacques Webster, Kanye W ye West, Charlie Heat, Mike Dean, Noah
Goldstein, Darren Charles King, Larry P arry Price and Cydel Young | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Reach M ach Music Publishing (ASCAP) all rights administered worldwide by Reach Music Publishing, Inc./Please Gimmie My
Publishing/EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (B
(BMI) / Warner-Tamerlane Publishing
Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) al rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane
MI) all
Publishing Corp. / Noah Goldstein Publishing (ASCAP) | WOJTEK MUSIC n Publ
(ASCAP) / EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) o/
AP) o/b/o EMI Songs LTD UK (PRS) | Cydel
Young Publishing Designee | Produced b Kanye West and Charlie Heat | Coced by produced by Noah Goldstein for ARK Pro
K Productions, INC., Mike Dean #MWA for
Dean’s List Productions, Travis Scott and Darren Charles King for WOJTEK ott an
MUSIC | Additional Production by Travis Scott | Live Guitar, Drums and Bass ravis by Darren Charles King | Drum Programm gramming by Charlie Heat and Mike Dean |
Recorded by Stuart Innis, Noah Goldstein, Blake Harden, and Jordan Lewis, at dstein, Serenity West Recording Studios, Los An os Angeles, CA and No Name Studios, CA
| Assisted by Albert Chee, Noah Goldstein and Mike Dean at No Name Studios, ldstein CA | Kanye West appears courtesy of G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings. |
G.
Mixed by Noah Goldstein at No Name Studios, CA and Mike Dean at Dean’s List e Stud
House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant a Tech Kez Khou. stant and

Written by Jacques Webster, Ebony Oshunrinde, Bryan Van Mierlo,
Thomas Brenneck, David Guy, Leon Michels, Nicholas Movshon and Homer Steinweiss | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) /
Wondagurl Music (SOCAN) / Bryan Van Mierlo Publishing Designee
/ EMI Blackwood Music, Inc. (BMI) / BMG Platinum Songs US (BMI)
/ Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI) | Produced by Ebony
“Wondagurl” Oshunrinde, Travis Scott and Bryan “Eestbound”
Van Mierlo for Wondagurl Music | Recorded by Blake Harden and
Jordan Lewis at Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles,
CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Programming by Bryan “Eestbound”
Van Mierlo and Ebony “Wondagurl” Oshunrinde | Contains a sample from “All I Need”, written by Thomas Brenneck, David
Guy, Leon Michels, Nicholas Movshon and Homer Steinweiss, as performed by Lee Fields & The Expressions, published by EMI
Blackwood Music, Inc., (BMI) BMG Platinum Songs US (BMI),
Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing (BMI), under license from Truth and Soul Records. | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of
Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

impossible

maria i’m drunk ft. justin bieber & young thug stin flying high ft. toro y moi

Written by Jacques Webster, Allen Ritter and Mike Dean |Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) | / WarnerTamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp | Produced by
Allen Ritter for Ritter Boy Music, Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List
Productions and Travis Scott | Recorded by Blake Harden and
Jordan Lewis at Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles,
CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List
House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

Written by Jacques Webster, Adam Feeney, Allen Ritter, Meneesh Bidaye, m Fee
Justin Bieber, Jeffrey Williams and Frank Dukes | Published by Travis Scott
Fran
Music (BMI) / Nyan King Music Inc./EMI Music (SOCAN) / Alice Island/Sony/
c./EMI
ATV (SOCAN)/Warner-Tamerlane Publishi Corp./Universal Music Publishing ublishing Group (ASCAP) / Universal Music Corp./Bieber Time Publishing (ASCAP) /
Corp.
YSL Publishing (BMI) | Frank Dukes Publishing Designee | Produced by Allen s Publi
Ritter for Ritter Boy Music, Travis Scott, Frank Dukes and Maneesh Bidaye
| Additional Production by Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Productions
| Recorded by Blake Harden, Jordan Le an Lewis and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West
Coast, Los Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles, ity W
CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Justin Bieber Recorded by Josh Gudwin | ustin Young Thug Recorded by Alex Tumay at Patchwerk Studios, Atlanta, GA | may Justin Bieber appears courtesy of Def Jam Recordings | Young Thug appears
Ja
courtesy of 300/Atlantic Recording Corporation | Mixed by Mike Dean at g Cor
Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.
YC, Mi

Written by Jacques Webster, Pharrell Williams, Allen Ritter,
Chazwick Bradley Bundick, Floyd Miller, Tom Lockett Jr., Carter
Bradley, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Danny Webster, Orion Wilhoite,
Tim Dozier and Mike Dean | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI)
/ More Water From Nazareth Publishing Inc./EMI April Music Inc.
(ASCAP) / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Toro Y Moi LLC (ASCAP) administered by Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc. / Cotillion
Music, Spurtree Music/Warner Chappell Music Publishing (BMI) |
Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | Produced by Pharrell | Additional Production by Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s
List Productions, Travis Scott and Allen Ritter for Ritter Boy Music |
Keyboards Mike Dean and Allen Ritter | Recorded by Blake Harden,
Jordan Lewis, Alex Tumay and Jimmy Cash at Conway Studios, Los
Angeles, CA | Toro y Moi appears courtesy of Carpark Records |
Contains a portion of “Slide” written by Floyd Miller Tom Lockett
Jr., Carter Bradley, Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Danny Webster, Orion
Wilhoite and Tim Dozier, as performed by Slave, published by
Cotillion Music, Spurtree Music/Warner Chappell Music Publishing
(BMI). | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC,
Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

i can tell

apple pie

ok alright ft. schoolboy q

Written by Jacques Webster, Allen Ritter, Trocon Markous
Roberts and Mike Dean | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) /
Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Smash Digital/Sony ATV (BMI) / WarnerTamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. | Produced by
Mike Dean #MWA for Dean’s List Productions, Travis Scott, Allen
Ritter for Ritter Boy Music and FKi | Keyboards by Allen Ritter |
Keyboards and Drum | Programming by Allen Ritter | Keyboards,
Guitar and Drum | Programming by Mike Dean | Recorded by Blake
Harden, Jordan Lewis and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West Coast, Los
Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles,
CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List
House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

Written by Travis Scott, Mike Dean and Olubowale Akintimehin | Published n by Travis Scott Music (BMI) | Warner-T er-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)/Papa
George Music (BMI) all rights adm. by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. |
.
Monarchy Music/Abou Thiam Publishing (ASCAP)/Dead Stock Music/Warner lishing Chappell Music Inc. (ASCAP) | Produced b Travis Scott & Mike Dean #MWA for uced by
Dean’s List Productions | Co-Produced by Terrace Martin and 1500 or Nothin’ uced b
| Drum Programming and Piano by Mike Dean | Keyboards by Mike Dean
Mik
and Terrace Martin | Narration by T.I. | T Recorded by Ari Raskin at Premier
.I. T.I.
Recording Studios, New York, NY | Rec
Recorded by Blake Harden and Jordan
Lewis at Serenity West Recording Stud g Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Thomas
Cullison at Chalice Recording Studios, Lo Angeles, CA, Stuart Innis at Premier ios, Los
Studios, New York, NY and Mike Dean at D an Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC |
Assisted by Albert Chee | T.I. appears cour rs courtesy of Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits,
Mi
d
SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

Written by Jacques Webster, Leland Wayne, Sonny Corey
Uwaezuoke, Quincy Hanley, Kacy Hill and Solana Rowe | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI) / Metro Boomin’ Want Some More, LLC/
Pluto Mars Music (BMI) / Sonny Digital Music Group LLC/Bang
Village/Irving Music (BMI) | Schoolboy Q Music (BMI) / Kacy Hill
Publishing Designee / Solana Rowe Publishing Designee | Produced by Metro Boomin, Travis Scott and Sonny Digital | Additional Vocals by SZA and Kacy Hill | Recorded by Blake Harden, Jordan Lewis,
Alex Tumay and Jimmy Cash at Sarm West Coast, Los Angeles, CA and Serenity West Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA | Assisted by Albert Chee | Schoolboy Q appears courtesy of Top Dawg
Ent. | Interscope Records. | SZA appears courtesy of Top Dawg
Entertainment | Kacy Hill appears courtesy of G.O.O.D. Music/Def
Jam Recordings | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits,
SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

never catch me
Written by Jacques Webster, Sonny Uwaezuoke, Allen Ritter, Ebony
Oshunrinde and Glenda “Gizzle” Proby | Published by Travis Scott Music (BMI)
/ Sonny Digital Music Group/Bang Village 247 Entertainment/Irving Music Inc
(BMI) / Ritter Boy LLC (ASCAP) / Wondagurl Music (SOCAN) / Makin’ Grandma
Proud (ASCAP)/Sony/ATV Tunes LLC | Produced by Sonny Digital, Travis
Scott and Allen Ritter for Ritter Boy Music | Additional Production by Ebony
“Wondagurl” Oshunrinde for Wondagurl Music | Additional Vocals by Tinashe |
Keyboards by Allen Ritter | Guitar by Jordan Lewis | Recorded by Jordan Lewis at Playback Recording Studio, Santa Barbara, CA | Tinashe appears courtesy of RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment | Mixed by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC, Mix Assistant and Tech Kez Khou.

executive produced by travis scott / mike dean
#mwa / t.i. and jason geter for grand hustle, llc
Mastered by Mike Dean at Dean’s List House of Hits, SoHo, NYC
A&R: Sickamore | A&R Admin: Dalia Glickman | A&R Operations:
Jermaine Pegues | A&R Coordination: Ashley Lyle | Business Affairs:
Stephanie Yu | Marketing: LaTrice Burnette | Publicity: Courtney
Lowery | Digital Marketing: JD Anderson & Jessica Mortime
Art Direction & Design: Corey Damon Black | Creative Direction:
Marc Kalman | Epic Creative Director: Anita Marisa Boriboon | Epic
Art Director: Chris Feldmann | Action Figure Sculpture and Design by Dan Chung, custom-figures.com | Photography: Nabil Elderkin |
Action Figure Photography: Kevin Amato (all images appearing on softpak) & Dan Chung (all images appearing on poster) |
Styling: Kyle Luu @Fr8me.com
Management: David Stromberg, Lyor Cohen & Austin Rosen for
LaFlame Enterprises
Legal Counsel: Laurie Soriano of King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano…...

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