Kendrick Lamar's new album Damn is finally here. Naturally, hip-hop fans are scrambling to find out everything they can about the project. A dedicated Reddit user found a bug in iTunes and got the composer credits, and the tracklist has been released.

Lucky for you, we've pieced together everything: composer credits, tracklists, deleted tweets, and anything else we could dig up in order to give you a complete list of the album's personnel. Check out the non-Kendrick folks confirmed to be involved in each of the album's tracks below.

"BLOOD"

  • Daniel "Danny Keyz" Tannenbaum: Danny Keyz is a self-described "songwriter, producer, string arranger and recording artist." He has worked closely with DJ Khalil, and has credits with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Fabolous, Snoop, and many others. To hear the full story behind his key role in Em's "25 To Life," click here.
  • Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith: Top Dawg is the CEO of TDE (Top Dawg Entertainment if you didn't know). He has been working with Kendrick since the rapper was just 15
  • Bēkon: Formerly known as Danny Keyz, Bēkon is a producer and singer who contributed heavily to Kendrick's new album. For more, click here.

"DNA"

  • Michael "Mike Will Made-It" Williams II: You already know. Rae Sremmurd, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Miley Cyrus, Juicy J. If you've danced, made a meme, and/or thrown racks on racks to a song in the past few years, it was probably one of his.

"YAH"

  • Mark "Sounwave" Spears: Sounwave is the in-house producer/A&R for TDE. He's also a member of the Digi+Phonics production collective with Dave Free, Tae Beast, and Willie B.
  • Dacoury "DJ Dahi" Natche: DJ Dahi is a hell of a lot more than the guy who produced "Money Trees." He did several tracks on Dr. Dre's last album, and has also worked with Madonna, Ty Dolla Sign, Drake, and many more than we can list here. For an in-depth examination of his career, check here
  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.

"ELEMENT"

  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • James Blake: Blake is an English singer who is beloved by hip-hop types. Rumors of a collaboration with Kendrick date back to 2013.
  • David Anthony "Kid Capri" Love, Jr.: Kid Capri is one of the most legendary DJs in the history of the game. From hosting classic mixtapes to spinning on Def Comedy Jam to making hits with Jay Z, he has done it all—and still rocks parties around the world (check out his insane tour schedule). He gives a brief but iconic shout-out towards the end of the song.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.
  • Ricci Riera: Riera goes back a long way with Kendrick: he has a writing credit on the song "m.A.A.d city," as well as on Schoolboy Q's "Collard Greens." He also co-produced Drake's Views track "U With Me?"

"FEEL"

  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.

"LOYALTY"

  • Rihanna: Ri-ri is one of only three listed features on the album, so you know this must be a big deal.
  • DJ Dahi: Mentioned above.
  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • Terrace Martin: The guiding musical voice behind To Pimp A Butterfly and Untitled Unmastered, Martin is a veteran L.A.-based musician (primarily saxophonist) and producer. His musical chops and his Rolodex of top players were key to Kendrick's recent jazz-influenced incarnation.

"PRIDE"

  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.

"HUMBLE"

  • Mike Will Made-It: Mentioned above.

"LUST"

  • DJ Dahi: Mentioned above.
  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • BADBADNOTGOOD: The four members of the Canadian band BADBADNOTGOOD are credited on this track. The group has been playing hip-hop covers since their earliest days, and has worked with Ghostface, Earl Sweatshirt, and Tyler, the Creator.
  • Kaytranada: The DJ and producer announced in a now-deleted Twitter post that he will have some Auto-Tune-enhanced vocals on this song. 

"LOVE"

  • Zacari Pacaldo:  Pacaldo is a singer/songwriter who is managed by Top Dawg's son Moosa. Moosa also manages Kembe X, who featured Zacari on his Talk Back album.
  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • Greg Kurstin: Kurstin is a big deal. He won Producer of the Year at the most recent Grammys for his work with Adele. He's also worked with Ellie Goulding, Sia, Kelly Clarkson, and Beck. If you ever meet him at a party and want to embarrass him, make sure to mention his early band's big ’90s hit.
  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • Kid Capri: Mentioned above.

"XXX"

  • Mike Will Made-It: Mentioned above
  • DJ Dahi: Mentioned above.
  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • U2: The four members of U2 receive writing credits and are listed as featured in the tracklist.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.

"FEAR"

  • Daniel Alan "The Alchemist" Maman: The Alchemist is your favorite rapper's favorite producer. Whether it's Prodigy or Action Bronson, Joey Badass or Dilated Peoples, Alan the Chemist keeps them all laced. Oh, and if that wasn't enough, he's also Eminem's tour DJ.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.

"GOD"

  • Ricci Riera: Mentioned above.
  • Sounwave: Mentioned above.
  • DJ Dahi: Mentioned above.
  • Danny Keyz: Mentioned above.
  • Top Dawg: Mentioned above.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.
  • Ronald "Cardo" LaTour: Cardo has done a fair amount of Kendrick-related work in the recent past: two tracks on Untitled Unmastered and Travis Scott's monster Kendrick collaboration "Goosebumps." Beyond that, he's the man behind Schoolboy's "THat Part," Drake's "Grammys," Meek Mill's "Levels," and way more.

"DUCKWORTH"

  • Patrick "9th Wonder" Douthit: 9th is perhaps best-known as a member of the beloved underground group Little Brother. But his production work outside of LB is formidable as well. He has earned the coveted Jay Z shout-out, of course. He has also helmed tracks for De La Soul, Mary J. Blige, Sean Price, Ludacris, and more. In addition, he has done album-length collaborations with Murs, David Banner, Jean Grae, Buckshot, and many others. Lately, he has been concentrating on his label Jamla Records and its flagship artist, Rapsody.
  • Kid Capri: Mentioned above.
  • Bēkon: Mentioned above.