Lil Durk has shared the production credits for his upcoming album, Almost Healed. Among the producers he worked with on the highly-anticipated project are Metro Boomin, Wheezy, Alicia Keys, and many more. Durk reposted Rap Caviar sharing the tracklist on his Instagram Story, Saturday afternoon.
Fans were stoked to see such a star-studded list of artists on the album. “ALICIA KEYS??” one ecstatic fan responded to Rap Caviar’s post. “WAIT Alicia keys producing his album. Holy shit,” another wrote. Many other fans noted that Dr. Luke is credited on several songs for the project. “A lot of amazing producers and great people… and also dr luke,” one fan complained.
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Dr. Luke has worked with countless pop stars over the years including Avril Lavigne, Pink, Kesha, Doja Cat, Juicy J, and many more. Kesha famously sued Luke in 2014, accusing him of a litany of offenses. They included sexual assault and battery, sexual harassment, gender violence, civil harassment, violation of California’s laws against unfair business practices, infliction of emotional distress (both intentional and negligent), and negligent retention and supervision.
The credits for Metro Boomin continue a hot streak for the iconic producer who is also handling the soundtrack for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. For that effort, he’s worked with Don Toliver, Coi Leray, and more. The full tracklist drops on June 2nd, alongside the new Marvel film.
Production Credits On “Almost Healed” Revealed
Almost Healed will be Durk’s first project since 2022’s 7220. The album will be dropping on Friday, May 26, 2023, after being delayed from earlier this month. He previously released the first single from the effort, “All My Life,” featuring J. Cole. To promote the new album, he’ll be embarking on the Sorry For The Drought Tour throughout 2023. Durk will be bringing alongside Kodak Black, NLE Choppa, and DD Osama for most of the dates.
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