Now that Rihanna's ANTI album is finally out, it's time to take a closer look at the official production and songwriter credits on the project. It's no secret that Rihanna isn't one to shy away from collaborations, which always gives her albums an added level of excitement based on the wide range of artists she worked with.

While ANTI only has two listed feature artistsSZA and Drake—the actual credits on the album are filled with big names like Travi$ Scott, Jeff Bhasker​, the-Dream, James Fauntleroy, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and more. On the production side, the likes of Timbaland, DJ Mustard, No I.D., Hit-Boy, and more all contributed to the project. To make sense of it all, we went through the credits and listed out everyone and explained what they did with ANTI.

"Consideration"

Producers:

  • Kuk Harrell: Longtime Rihanna collaborator who has also worked with Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, and many more throughout his storied career.
  • Tyran Donaldson: In an-house producer for TDE who goes by the producer name the Antydote.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • Solana Rowe: Better known as SZA, the TDE songstress gets a huge look on the opening track of Rihanna's album.

"James Joint"

Producers:

  • Robert Shea Taylor: A Roc Nation signee who has worked with Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, and was an executive producer on Beyoncé's 4 album.
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • James Fauntleroy: The Grammy-award winning singer/songwriter/producer continues to rack up wins with two credits on ANTI.
  • Robert Shea Taylor: Listed above.

"Kiss It Better"

Producers:

Composers/Lyricists:

  • N. Fisher: This is more than likely producer and songwriter Detail, whose real name is Noel Fisher. Detail has worked extensively with Lil Wayne and also crafted Jay Z and Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love."
  • J. Glass: Frequent Rihanna collaborator Glass John, who is probably best known for publicly blaming Travi$ Scott for the delay of ANTI, as well as his work with other artists including Chris Brown.
  • Jeff Bhasker: Listed above.

"Work"

Producers:

  • Matthew Samuels: Producer known in the industry as Boi-1da who regularly works with Drake.

Composers/Lyricits:

  • Aubrey Graham: Drake, obviously.
  • Jahron Braithwaite: OVO singer/songwriter best known as PARTYNEXTDOOR.
  • R. Thomas: Toronto producer Sevn Thomas, who has also worked with Drake and Kanye West.
  • Monte Moir: Veteran musician who is best known as the keyboardist of the Time, Prince's band. Rihanna and Moir performed together at the 2008 Grammy Awards.
  • Allen Ritter: New York producer who has worked with the likes of Drake and Travi$ Scott.
  • Matthew Samuels: Listed above.

"Desperado"

Producers:

  • Mick Schultz: An American producer and songwriter who has worked extensively with Jeremih in the past. Schultz produced both "Birthday Sex" and "Down on Me" for the Chicago singer.
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • Krystin "Rook Monroe" Watkins: Singer/songwriter who is previously credited on Natalie La Rose's "Somebody" featuring Jeremih.
  • D. Rachel: Unknown contributor
  • Mick Schultz: Listed above.
  • James Fauntleroy: Listed above.

"Woo"

Producers:

  • Chauncey Hollis: Rapper and producer known as Hit-Boy, who was behind Jay Z and Kanye West's "N***as In Paris" and a number of other incredibly successful songs.
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • Abel Tesfaye: No mystery here, it's the Weeknd. His inclusion in the credits is certainly a surprise, though.
  • Jacques Webster: Rapper and producer known as Travi$ Scott. Travi$ and Rihanna's personal relationship is no secret, but he makes his lone appearance on the album with some added vocals on "Woo."
  • Terius Nash: Rihanna and The-Dream have worked together for years now, and they try to recreate their past magic on ANTI.
  • Chauncey Hollis: Listed above.
  • D. Rachel: Unknown contributor.

"Needed Me"

Producers:

  • Dijon McFarlane: No intro needed for DJ Mustard, who supplied a futuristic backdrop for this ANTI cut.
  • Nick Audino and Lewis Hughes: Production team Twice as Nice.
  • Adam Feeney: Producer Frank Dukes, who is best known for his work with Drake on such songs as "0-100" and much more.
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • T. Warbrick and Khaled Rohaim: Additional members of the Twice as Nice production crew.
  • Dijon McFarlane: Listed above.
  • Adam Feeney: Listed above.
  • Nick Audino and Lewis Hughes: Listed above.

"Yeah, I Said It"

Producers:

  • Tim Mosley: You already know Timbaland.
  • Fade Majah: Producer that works with Timbo who is credited for working with Bryson Tiller before.
  • Daniel Jones: Could this be the lead singer of the '90s pop duo Savage Garden?
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • Chris Godbey: Engineer known for his work with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake.
  • Bibi Bourelly: Singer/songwriter who previously wrote Rihanna's 2015 single "Bitch Better Have My Money." J. Bourelly is also credited on the song, though the connection is not clear.
  • Tim Mosley: Listed above.
  • Daniel Jones: Listed above.
  • E. Barnes: Unknown contributor.

"Same Ol' Mistakes"

Producers:

  • Kevin Parker: Lead singer of Tame Impala. "Same Ol' Mistakes" also features Rihanna covering the band's "New Person, Same Old Mistakes." He's the only producer and writer credited on the song.

"Never Ending"

Producers:

  • Chad Sabo: Mysterious Roc Nation producer and songwriter who hails from New Jersey. He's also listed as the only other composer and lyricist on "Never Ending."
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

"Love on the Brain"

Producers:

  • Fred Ball: Grammy-nominated, Roc Nation producer from Germany who has worked with Kylie Minogue, Little Mix, and more throughout his career.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • J. Angel: Roc Nation singer/songwriter who has worked with Lil Wayne, Jennifer Lopez, Timbaland, and more in the past. He's currently expected to drop his debut album later this year.
  • Fred Ball: Listed above.

"Higher"

Producers:

Composers/Lyricists:

  • No I.D.: Listed above.
  • James Fauntleroy: Listed above.
  • Bibi Bourelly: Listed above.

"Close to You"

Producers:

  • Brian Kennedy: Songwriter and producer who has worked with Brandy, Chris Brown, Backstreet Boys, Jamie Foxx, Nelly, and more in the past. He previously produced Rihanna's mega-hit "Disturbia."
  • Kuk Harrell: Listed above.

Composers/Lyricists:

  • Brian Kennedy: Listed above.
  • James Fauntleroy: Listed above.