At long last, Lil Baby's Harder Than Ever project is here, and now, so are the production credits for the 17-song effort.

At 17 songs, Harder Than Ever,  which dropped today (May 18), features stand out guest verses and some top-notch trap production. There are contributions from Southside ("Spazz," "Southside"), Turbo ("Bank") and, in another big win for Memphis, Tay Keith. If you didn't know, he cooked up a little something special for Drake and BlocBoy JB a few months back.

Harder Than Ever marks a pretty big achievement for Lil Baby, who's seen a meteoric rise over the last year and some change. Speaking with XXL for The Break last year, the Quality Control rapper made it clear he's happy to be where he's at.

"Last two years I had been in prison. It’s been an amazing blessing [since I was released from prison]," he said at the time. "Selling drugs ended me up in prison. I got a five-year sentence and I did two. When I came home, everything was right on point. That’s why I called my first project Perfect Timing. Everything has been going good ever since, I wouldn’t change anything. The prison bid that I did, it changed me and motivated me. I always knew Peewee from QC [Quality Control] because of the streets and I knew Coach K for like six to seven years. Back then he always told me to rap. I told Coach I didn’t know how to rap and he told me, 'Jeezy didn’t know how to rap. Just do it.' So when I came home prison, I was just like I’ma just try. It’s been going good ever since."

Check out the production credits for Harder Than Ever below.

Lil Baby's Harder Than Ever Tracklist

1. "Intro" (produced by Quay Global)
2. "Spazz" (produced by Southside)
3. "I'm Straight" (produced by Quay Global)
4. "Exotic" featuring Starlito (produced by Tay Keith)
5. "Yes Indeed" featuring Drake (produced by Wheezy)
6. "Leaked" (produced by Quay Global)
7. "Bank" featuring Moneybagg Yo (produced by Turbo)
8. "Cash" (produced by Quay Global)
9. "Southside" (produced by Southside)
10. "Throwing Shade" featuring Gunna (produced by Quay Global)
11. "First Class" (produced by Quay Global)
12. "Right Now" featuring Young Thug (produced by London on Da Track)
13. "Life Goes On" featuring Gunna & Lil Uzi Vert (produced by Quay Global)
14. "Transporter" featuring Offset (produced by DJ Durel)
15. "Fit In" (produced by Earl The Pearll)
16. "Boss Bitch" featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan (produced by Quay Global)
17. "Never Needed No Help" (produced by Earl The Pearll)

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