Too many cooks can spoil the broth, but for Frank Ocean, his all-star list of album co-writers proved to cook up an audible feast.

As fans learn more about Frank's stellar sophomore album Blonde, the credited list of songwriters has been revealed. According to ASCAP, the database for tracking songwriting royalties, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Tyler, The Creator and more have been listed as co-writers on specific tracks.

K. Dot earned a credit on "Skyline To" while Skateboard P got one for "Pink + White." Frank's Odd Future cohort Tyler,is credited on both of those. Producer Om'Mas Keith, who helmed much of the production on Ocean's first album Channel Orange, is listed as co-writer on 12 of the LP's 17 tracks so far. Producer 88-Keys also scored a writing credit on the melancholy favorite "Solo." Outside of the hip-hop world, other names on the credits list include the Beatles, Elliott Smith, Jamie xx, Rostam Batmanglij, James Blake and Gang of Four.

When Ocean released a magazine of poems and photography called Boys Don't Cry at random pop-ups in conjunction with physical copies of the album, a list of the LP's collaborators were included in the mag. Beyonce, David Bowie and Kanye West were among the names.

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