Rap stars Fabolous, Jadakiss, Waka Flocka Flame, T.I., Rick Ross and plenty more have all united to grace DJ Drama‘s upcoming Quality Street Music compilation album.
The popular deejay’s new LP tracklisting hit the Internet Saturday (September 15).
1. “Goin’ Down” feat. Fabolous, T-Pain, and Yo Gotti 2. “Never Die” feat. Jadakiss , Cee Lo Green, Nipsey Hussle, and Young Jeezy 3. “My Moment” feat. 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, and Jeremih 4. “We in This Bitch” feat. Young Jeezy, T.I., Ludacris, and Future 5. “So Many Girls” feat. Wale, Tyga, and Roscoe Dash 6. “Clouds” feat. Rick Ross, Miguel, Pusha T, and Curren$y 7. “Chocolate Droppa Skit” – Kevin Hart 8. “I’ma Hata” feat. Waka Flocka Flame, Tyler, the Creator, and Debo 9. “Real N***a in the Building” feat. Travis Porter, and Kirko Bangz 10. “My Way” feat. Common, Lloyd, and Kendrick Lamar 11. “Pledge of Allegiance” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Planet VI, and B.o.B 12. “Same Ol’ Story” ft. Kid Ink, ScHoolboy Q , Cory Gunz, and Childish Gambino 13. “We in This Bitch 1.5? feat. Drake and Future 14. “My Audemars” feat. Meek Mill, Birdman, and Gucci Mane 15. “Monique’s Room” feat. Fred the Godson (Quality Street Music)
Drama recently hyped up the new project’s content and where it ranks compared to past efforts.
“Quality Street Music will be my fourth studio album, an amazing achievement for a DJ,” said Drama. “This is my favorite and best body of work thus far. QSM features some of the biggest artists and producers in the game. Get ready!” (Rap-Up)
A few months back, DJ Drama spoke to SOHH about teaming up T.I., Ludacris, Future and Young Jeezy for his “We In This B*tch” anthem.
“It’s always the people that make the decision [on how good something is], but I definitely knew I had something special,” Drama told SOHH, “and even the way the record came together, you know, it had no other choice but to be special. From me getting the beats from Kane [Beatz], which took about a year, to the idea of the hook coming to me and giving it to Future, with the space that he’s in right now. And then me getting Tip, Jeezy and Luda on one record, what it means to Atlanta and me repping for the city and me making that vision. It definitely is a special record and I’m glad to be a part of it. It’s exciting, especially for what it means to the culture.” (SOHH)
He also previously hit up SOHH to discuss paving a legacy with his memorable Gangsta Grillz series.
“At times I do [look at the Gangsta Grillz legacy], me being a fan and a student of the game, I can’t front like it doesn’t amaze me with some of the things and the brand and what the brand and I have been able to accomplish in the game,” Drama told SOHH. “I’m very humble and I really came up loving, studying and watching the mixtape game and deejays and just hip-hop culture in general. I’ve been a part of so many mixtapes that have meant so much to so many people and so many careers. It actually pushes me to keep accomplishing more. Me and Don Trip sat down in the studio and talked about how his [Guerilla mixtape] was like an album before the album drops to him, speaking of the Gangsta Grillz.” (SOHH)