Now that Drake's More Life project has officially dropped, the full list of production credits from Drizzy's latest opus has emerged. Unsurprisingly, it's a roll-call of dope names, with contributions from the likes of Kanye West and PARTYNEXTDOOR.

Here's the list in full:

1. "Free Smoke" Produced by Allen Ritter and Boi-1Da

2. "No Long Talk" feat. Giggs Produced by Murda Beatz and Cubeatz

3. "Passionfruit" Produced by Nana Rogues

4. "Jorja Interlude" feat. Jorja Smith Produced by Noah "40" Shebib

5. "Get It Together" feat. Black Coffee and Jorja Smith Produced by Nineteen85, 40, and Stwo

6. "Madiba Riddim" Produced by Frank Dukes and Nineteen85

7. "Blem" Produced by T-Minus

8. "4422" feat. Sampha Produced by FrancisGotHeat

9. "Gyalchester" Produced by iBeatz

10. "Skepta Interlude" feat. Skepta Produced by Rogues

11. "Portland" feat. Quavo and Travis Scott Produced by Murda Beatz and Cubeatz

12. "Sacrifices" feat. 2 Chainz and Young Thug Produced by T-Minus and DeeJay

13. "Nothings Into Somethings" Produced by Wallis Lane, G. Ry, and Nabeyin

14. "Teenage Fever" Produced by Hagler

15. "KMT" feat. Giggs Produced by Ness Beats and Chef Pasquale

16. "Lose You" Produced by Stwo and 40.

17. "Can't Have Everything" Produced by Jazzfeezy and Steve Samson

18. "Glow" Produced by 40, Noah Goldstein, and Kanye West

19. "Since Way Back" feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR Produced by 40, T0PFLR, G. Ry, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and M3rge

20. "Fake Love" Produced by Vinylz

21. "Ice Melts" feat. Young Thug Produced by Supah Mario

22. "Do Not Disturb" Produced by 40, Boi 1da, and Allen Ritter

Be sure to stream More Life while you're at it.

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