If you're going to dive head-first into a rap career, you might as well do it right. Apparently, that's exactly the line of thinking that's shaped Blac Chyna's approach to her first hip-hop album.

According to TMZ, Chyna, who was revealed to be pursuing a music career about a month ago, has linked with Mally Mall—the producer who discovered her ex-beau Tyga years ago—to help out on her first album. She's also reportedly enlisted the aid of artists like Yo Gotti, Tory Lanez, Jeremih and Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee. Lee can be seen in a video chilling with Mall in TMZ's video below.

If this is all true, it's safe to say Chyna's swinging for the fences with her debut project, which will reportedly be built around rapping, “poetry music" and traditional singing. Needless to say, this is a pretty significant move for Chyna.

Last month, TMZ reported Blac Chyna had met with a few record labels, including Capitol Records. At the time, their sources claimed Chyna was inspired to take up a rap career after being on the set of a Yo Gotti video with Nicki Minaj. Apparently, she sees Minaj as a mentor, so it makes sense. It feels like Chyna's making all the right moves so far, and it will be interesting to see what she's got in store for the near future.

Check out a video of Mally Mal and Chyna below.

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