Rick Ross’s highly-anticipated album, God Forgives, I Don’t will feature the star-studded likes of Dr. Dre, Jay-Z, Andre 3000, Drake, R&B crooners Ne-Yo, Usher and Elijah Blake and his entire MMG family of Meek Mill, Wale, Stalley and Omarion.

On Saturday (July 7), XXLMag.com posted Rozay’s tracklist, which was made available, but it didn’t have any featured guests listed.

That all changed Monday morning (July 9), when Rozay posted the LP’s tracklist via his Twitter account.

The highlights of the guests on Rozay’s album include Dre and Hov appearing with Ross on “3 Kings,” while Andre 3000 lends the assist on “Sixteen.” The track, “Diced Pineapples,” will have Ross slinging rhymes with Wale and Drizzy, while Meek appears on the already-released single, “So Sophisticated.” Stalley appears on “Ten Jesus Pieces.” Meanwhile, Ne-Yo will lend his voice on “Maybach Music IV,” the newest installment of the Bawse’s long-running “Maybach Music” series of songs.

As XXLMag.com already reported “Hold Me Back,” “So Sophisticated,” and “Touch ’N You,” are the three tracks that have already been released off the project. The remaining 12 have been unheard as of yet.

Last month, Ross and his MMG crew dropped their Self Made, Vol. 2 compilation album. The next step in the Bawse’s blueprint for summer domination is his own God Forgives, I Don’t, which is scheduled to drop on July 31.

“I will deliver,” Ross said about his impending fifth studio album during a star-studded press conference in New York City back in May.

After Ross, Meek Mill is scheduled to release his Dreams & Nightmares album on August 28.—Mark Lelinwalla