Lil Baby and Gunna are making a name for themselves as some of the best artists to come out of Atlanta. Their joint project, Drip Harder, released on Oct. 4, has been receiving rave reviews thus far. While the 13-track project features guest appearances from Young Thug, Drake and more, the soundscape crafted by the likes of Tay Keith, Gunna's go-to producer Turbo and more has also helped its buzz. Production credits for Drip Harder include 10 key producers.

Wheezy, Quay Global, Frank Dukes, Loso, B Rackz, June, Mattazik Muzik and JET also lend their talents to Lil Baby and Gunna's joint affair.

Tay Keith's pulsating production is heard on "Never Recover" featuring Drake while Turbo takes the lead on seven of the project's 13 tracks including the driving banger "Belly." Turbo also serves as one of the executive producers on the effort along with Quality Control Music founders Coach K and Pee, Twan and Young Thug. 

Aside from work with Lil Gunna and Baby, Tay Keith has produced for the likes of Yo Gotti, MoneyBagg Yo and BlocBoy JB's hit "Look Alive" with Drake which debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in February.

Atlanta producer Turbo has also worked with rappers like Travis Scott for "Yosemite" and Young Thug for the Slime Language track "Slimed In."

Check out Lil Baby and Gunna's Drip Harder production credits below.

Lil Baby and Gunna's Drip Harder Project Production Credits

1. "Off White VLONE " featuring Lil Durk and Nav (Produced by Turbo)
2. "Business Is Business" (Produced by Turbo)
3. "Belly" (Produced by Turbo)
4. "Deep End" (Produced by Quay Global and Loso)
5. "World Is Yours" (Produced by Wheezy and B Rackz)
6. "Underdog" (Produced by Wheezy, June and Mattazik Muzik)
7. "I Am" (Produced by Quay Global)
8. "Seals Pills" (Produced by JET)
9. "My Jeans" featuring Young Thug (Produced by Turbo and Wheezy)
10. "Style Stealer" (Produced by Turbo and Frank Dukes)
11. "Close Friends" (Produced by Turbo)
12. "Drip Too Hard" (Produced by Turbo)
13. "Never Recover" featuring Drake (Produced by Tay Keith)

Executive Producers: Pierre “Pee” Thomas, Kevin “Coach K” Lee, M. “Twan” Traylor, Chandler “Turbo” Durham, Jeffery “Sex” Williams

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