With Drake's Nothing Was The Same LP arriving in one month, anticipation about the project is reaching an all-time high, with guesses and rumors starting to swirl about who might pop up for a guest appearance on Drizzy's third album. Today, Rolling Stone fueled the fire with the revelation that NWTS would feature verses from Jay Z and Lil Wayne, and production from frequent Kanye collaborator Hudson Mohawke.

While Jay and Wayne popping up isn't exactly shocking, as Jay contributed a verse to Drake's debut Thank Me Later and Wayne is the one who discovered the Toronto rapper, Drake teaming up with Mohawke is an interesting development. Meanwhile, Drake also teased Rolling Stone with a quote about one of the new album's standout cuts called "Connect." He says, "That one hits you in the heart. It's painful and beautiful at the same time."

Nothing Was The Same drops September 17.