Apparently, Blac Chyna is currently in the middle of crafting songs for her debut album. Instead of intentionally making a bad album, Chyna is—according to a sources-filled report from TMZ Wednesday—actually interested in making a good album. In fact, Chyna has reportedly enlisted a roundtable of collaborators for the mystery project.

Chyna is said to be bringing in Tory Lanez, Jeremih, Swae Lee, and Yo Gotti. Chyna, of course, recently starred alongside Nicki Minaj in Gotti's video for "Rake It Up."

Chyna is also reportedly recruiting the production services of Mally Mall, who was instrumental in Tyga's 2013 album Hotel California. Mall has also worked with Kelly Rowland, Justin Bieber, Lupe Fiasco, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

News of Chyna's musical endeavor was first reported by *sigh* TMZ back in August. At the time, the usual "sources close to" crew claimed that Chyna had set up multiple meetings with label execs in Los Angeles. Chyna has also (reportedly) already had a meeting with Capitol Records, misspelled in TMZ's original report as "Capital."

As for the album's sound, fans probably shouldn't expect much in the way of disses. Instead, Chyna is reportedly focused on a mixture of singing, rapping, and "poetry music."

In related news, Chyna's attorney has confirmed that recent reports of a Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services investigation being opened regarding Dream Kardashian are false. "Chyna is a loving, devoted mother who simply wants to peacefully co-parent her healthy, happy baby Dream with Rob," attorney Lisa Bloom told People Tuesday. "We are unaware of any current investigation suggesting otherwise. We have not received notice of any DCFS filing nor have we been able to find any in the court files."