Tracklist: DJ Drama Taps Lil Wayne, Jack Harlow, and Nipsey Hussle for 'I'm Really Like That!'

  /  03.30.2023

It’s Drama time.

Ahead of its release tonight, DJ Drama has revealed the epic lineup for his first solo album in nearly seven years, I’m Really Like That!

The 14-track set is packed with heavy hitters, starting with Tyler, the Creator on the “Legendary” opener. Other powerhouse pairings include Lil Wayne, Roddy Rich, and Gucci Mane on “FMFU” and “Ho4me” with Lil Baby and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

The late Nipsey Hussle appears on “Raised Different” with Jeezy and Blxst, while Wiz Khalifa, T.I., and Symba team up on “No Weakness.”

Other features include Rick Ross, Offset, Fabolous, and Drama’s Generation Now artists Lil Uzi Vert and Jack Harlow.

In an interview with the Rap Radar podcast, the Gangsta Grillz creator opened up about his first solo album since 2016’s Quality Street Music 2.

“I haven’t been in an album mode for a while and it really just kinda snuck up on me,” he said. “I had been working on records for some time and then as the year was progressing, we just kept going in with records and just the energy just felt right. With everything that was going on, from the Grammy win to the success of our label to having the eyes and ears back on me, it was like, ‘OK, it’s time.'”

I’m Really Like That! drops at midnight. See the tracklist below.


Tyla Lands Her First-Ever Major Fashion Campaign With Gap's Linen Moves Commercial

During an 80-second video, Tyla could be seen dancing to Jungle’s “Back On 74” in ...

Ye Urges Everyone To Call Him By His Legal Name Instead Of Kanye West

Ye explained the reasoning why: “No brand or numbers gonna force me to call myself ...

DDG Jokingly Responds To Being Cropped Out Of Halle Bailey And Halle Berry’s Photo

DDG hilariously reacted to a social media user seemingly cropping him out of the photo: ...

Drake Seemingly Calls For Tory Lanez's Release Amid 10-Year Sentence For Megan Thee Stallion Shooting

Drake posted “Three you” on his Instagram Stories, which many social media users took as ...
View More

Sponsored Stories