Here Are the Production Credits for Rich The Kid’s ‘The World Is Yours’ Album
Rich The Kid's debut album has officially arrived, and so too have its production credits.
Titled The World Is Yours, the rapper's debut LP finds the Queens-bred artist taking us on a luxurious ride through a life filled with flossy whips, foreign plugs and icy wrist-wear. Obviously, the producers for the project soundtracked the entire experience, which is more than a little fun.
Fittingly enough, The World Is Yours tracklist is laced with ton of high-octane producers. On one had, there's Metro Boomin, who serves up the sound bed for "Lost It." What's an album about trapping without a beat from Lil' Metro? Cassius Jay, T Minus, Danny Wolf, Taz Taylor, Power, DJ Mustard and more also lend instrumentals to the project.
Perhaps most notably of all is the contribution from Ben Jayne, who produced "New Freezer," a Kendrick Lamar-assisted track that became Rich's first Billboard Hot 100 song. The beat for that particular track definitely slaps, but there are much more where that came from.
Check out all the folks who lent a hand in producing The World Is Yours below.
Rich The Kid's The World Is Yours Album Tracklist and Production Credits
1. "World Is Yours" (Produced by Cassius Jay)
2. "New Freezer" featuring Kendrick Lamar (Produced by Ben Jayne)
3. "No Question" featuring Future (Produced by Resource)
4. "Plug Walk" (Produced by Lab Cook)
5. "Too Gone" featuring Khalid (Produced by Wondagurl)
6. "Made It" featuring Jay Critch and Rick Ross (Produced by Harry Fraud)
7. "Drippin" featuring Chris Brown (Produced by Lab Cook and Big White)
8. "Lost It" featuring Quavo and Offset (Produced Metro Boomin, Doughboy Beatz and Wheezy)
9. "End of Discussion" featuring Lil Wayne (Produced by Power)
10. "Early Morning Trappin" featuring Trippie Redd (Produced by T Minus)
11. "Small Things" (Produced by Lab Cook, KC Supreme and Taz Taylor)
12. "Listen Up" (Produced by Danny Wolf)
13. "Gargoyle" featuring Swae Lee and Offset (Produced by WhatLilShoddySay)
14. "Dead Friends" (Produced by DJ Mustard)
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