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Solange's 'When I Get Home' Credits Include Gucci Mane, Cassie, And More

From Gucci Mane to Cassie and The-Dream, here is the full list of features and credits

Solange has returned. The singer-songwriter dropped her latest studio album, When I Get Home on Friday (Mar. 1 ). It serves as a follow-up to 2016's A Seat At The Table.

"I'm filled with so much joy right now!!! Wow! I can't thank y'all enough for this moment and for all the feelings I feel in my body," the singer tweeted moments after the release. "I'm bringing home w me everywhere I go y'alll and I ain't running from s**t no more. Your love lifts me up so high. Thank you!"

Solo's fourth studio album is comprised of 19 tracks and an impressive list of producers and contributors. From Gucci Mane to Cassie and The-Dream, here is the full list of features and credits below.

1) "Things I Imagined"

Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, Chassol & John Key

2) "S McGregor (interlude)"

Written by Solange Knowles, Giovanni Cortez (Standing on the Corner), John Key

Produced by Solange Knowles, John Key & Standing on the Corner

Sample Debbie Allen and Phylicia Rashad (Who are from Solange’s neighborhood of Third Ward)

3) "Down With the Clique"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, John Carroll Kirby & John Key

Additional Vocals and Keys: Tyler, the Creator

4) "Way to the Show"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by John Key, Solange Knowles & John Carroll Kirby

Additional Vocals: Cassie

5) "Can I Hold the Mic (interlude)"

Written by Solange Knowles and Chassol

Published by EMI April Music Inc. / Solange MW Publishing (ASCAP)

Produced by Solange Knowles, Chassol

Samples: Diamond and Princess from Crime Mob

6) "Stay Flo"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, Metro Boomin, John Carroll Kirby

Bass: Peter Lee Johnson

7) "Dreams"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, Chassol, Jamire Williams, Dev Hynes, John Key

Outro produced by Earl Sweatshirt

Additional Vocals by Devin The Dude

Additional Bass: Raphael Saadiq

Moog: John Carroll Kirby

8) "Nothing Without Intention (interlude)"

Written by Solange Knowles, Julez Smith, II, Giovanni Cortez (Standing on the Corner), Amber Venerable, Raquel Egbuonu

Produced by Standing on the Corner, Solange Knowles, Daniel Julez J Smith II

9) Almeda

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles, The Dream & Playboi Carti

Guest appearance by Playboi Carti

Produced by Solange, Pharrell & John Carroll Kirby

Additional Vocals: Metro Boomin

10) "Time (is)"

Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Guest Appearance by Sampha

Guest Lyrics and Melodies Written by Sampha

Produced by Solange Knowles, John Key & John Carroll Kirby

Additional Vocals: Tyler the Creator, Panda Bear & Sampha

11) "My Skin My Logo"

Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Guest Appearance by Gucci Mane

Guest Lyrics and Melodies Written by Gucci Mane

Produced by Solange Knowles, Jamire Williams, John Key, Tyler the Creator, Steve Lacy & John Carroll Kirby

12) "We Deal With the Freak’n (intermission)"

Produced by Solange Knowles

Written by Solange Knowles

Samples: Alexyss K Tylor

13) "Jerrod"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, John Key & John Carroll Kirby

14) "Binz"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles and The-Dream

Produced by Solange Knowles, Panda Bear & John Key

Additional Vocals: The-Dream

Beyonce falls over when she picks up Solange at Coachella

15) "Beltway"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles & John Carroll Kirby

Additional Vocals: Panda Bear

Sample Poet Parker (Also from Solange’s neighborhood of 3ward)

16) "Exit Scott (interlude)"

Written & Produced by Standing on the Corner, Steve Lacy, John Key & Solange Knowles

Vocals by Scarface

17) "Sound Of Rain"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles, Pharrell & John Key

Additional Vocals: Abra & Steve Lacy

18) "Not Screwed! (interlude)"

Produced by Standing on the Corner

Written by Giovanni Cortez (Standing on the Corner), Scarface, Solange Knowles

Guest Appearance by Standing on the Corner

Additional Vocals: Scarface

19) "I’m a Witness"

All Lyrics and Melodies Written by Solange Knowles

Produced by Solange Knowles & John Key

Additional Vocals by Panda Bear

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