Hustle Gang leader T.I. has called up the hip-hop heavyweights for his upcoming Paperwork: The Motion Picture with guest spots from Young Thug, Jeezy, Rick Ross, Iggy Azalea and more.

Barring any changes, the October 21st deluxe release will come packed with nearly 20 tracks.

1. King
2. G’ Shit (Feat. Jeezy & WatchTheDuck)
3. About the Money (Feat. Young Thug)
4. New National Anthem (Feat. Skylar Grey)
5. Oh Yeah (Feat. Pharrell)
6. Private Show (Feat. Chris Brown)
7. No Mediocre (Feat. Iggy Azalea)
8. Jet Fuel (Feat. Boosie Badazz)
9. Paperwork (Feat. Pharrell)
10. Stay (Feat. Victoria Monet)
11. About My Issue (Feat. Victoria Monet & Nipsey Hussle)
12. At Ya’ Own Risk (Feat. Usher)
13. On Doe, On Phil (Feat. Trae Tha Truth)
14. Light Em Up (RIP Doe B) (Feat. Pharrell & WatchTheDuck)
15. Let Your Heart Go (Break My Soul) (Feat. The-Dream)
16. Sugar Cane
17. I Don’t Know
18. You Can Tell How I Walk (Feat. Rick Ross) (Paperwork Deluxe)

T.I. dropped this new Hustle Gang track right here today…

The rap star’s album artwork surfaced online in late August.

T.I. has finally gotten his Paperwork in. After announcing a release date for his ninth studio album earlier this week, today (Aug. 27), the “No Mediocre” rapper unveiled the artwork for Paperwork: The Motion Picture on Twitter via his record label, Columbia. (Music Times)

The music heavyweight released his Hustle Gang-themed “What You Gone Do” Friday (September 19).

T.I. and his Hustle Gang team are gearing up to drop their Get Dough Or Die 2 mixtape this weekend, and he just gave us some new heat alongside Trae The Truth, Spodee, and reggae artist Zuse with “What You Gone Do About It.” (Karen Civil)

While details are still emerging, Tip’s expected to appear in an upcoming Marvel movie.

Marvel’s Ant-Man has announced several new castings, including rapper T.I., Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire), Judy Greer (Archer) and John Slattery (Mad Men). The film, directed by Peyton Reed, began principal photography on Monday in San Francisco. It stars Paul Rudd as its title character, a superhero who can shrink while increasing in strength, with Michael Douglas as his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, and Evangeline Lilly as Pym’s daughter. (Hollywood Reporter)