At long last Lecrae pulls up with the cover and official tracklist for his forthcoming album, All Things Work Together. Let's just say it looks like it will be a good listen.

Powered by the Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single "Blessings," Lecrae's newest album's got 14 tracks and features guest appearances from Tori Kelly, Aha Gazelle, 1K Phew, Verse Simmonds, Kierra Sheard and Jawan Harris. The project will find the accomplished rapper getting introspective while also finding the time to critique the world around him.

“It’s a journey through chaos and hope and brokenness and blessing,” the rapper says of All Things Work Together. “When you’re in the middle of the chaos, you can come to realize that it is shaping you, creating endurance. It’s knowing that the struggle can bring about a richness in character beyond all wealth. Part of the DNA of this album is the realization that all things do work together to make you into the person that you need to be.”

Lecrae will embark on his All Things Work Together tour less than two weeks after he drops his new album. You can pre-order Lecrae's newest album, which drops on Sept. 22, through his online store. Check out his tracklist for the project and the dates for his All Things Work Together tour below.

Lecrae's All Things Work Together Tracklist:

1. "Always Knew
2. "Facts"
3. "Broke"
4. "Blessings" Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
5. "Watchu Mean" Feat. Aha Gazelle
6. "Hammer Time" Feat. 1K Phew
7. "Come and Get Me
8. "Lucked Up"
9. "Wish You the Best" Feat. Verse Simmonds
10. "Can’t Stop Me Now (Destination)"
11. "I’ll Find You" Feat. Tori Kelly
12. "8:28
13. "Cry For You"
14. "Worth It" Feat. Kierra Sheard and Jawan Harris

Lecrae’s All Things Work Together Tour Dates

Oct. 4—Memphis, Tenn.—Minglewood Hall
Oct. 5—Atlanta, GA—Tabernacle
Oct. 7—Kansas City, Mo.—The Truman
Oct. 8—Tulsa, Okla.—Cain’s Ballroom
Oct.11—New Orleans, La.—House of Blues
Oct.12—Houston, Texas—Revention Music Center
Oct.13—San Antonio, Texas—Aztec Theatre
Oct.14—Grand Prairie, Texas—Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Oct.18—Knoxville, Tenn.—The International
Oct.19—Charlotte, N.C.—Fillmore Charlotte
Oct.20—Raleigh, N.C.—The Ritz
Oct.22—Silver Spring, Md.—Fillmore DC
Oct.23—New York, N.Y.—Playstation Theatre
Oct.24—Philadelphia, Pa.—Theatre of the Living Arts
Oct.25—Boston, Mass.—House of Blues
Oct.30—Denver, Colo.—Ogden Theatre
Nov. 2—San Francisco, Calif.—Regency Ballroom
Nov. 4—Los Angeles, Calif.—The Novo
Nov. 5—Sacramento, Calif.—Ace of Spades
Dec. 2—Columbus, Ohio—Newport Music Hall
Dec. 3—Toronto, O.N.—Phoenix Concert Theatre
Dec. 4—Pittsburgh, Pa.—Stage AE
Dec. 5—Detroit, Mich.—St. Andrews Hall
Dec. 6—Chicago, Ill.—House of Blues

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