Travis Scott's "Astroworld" Credits Include CyHi The Prynce, Nav & Stevie Wonder

HipHop News Posted on August 3, 2018 at 8:18am

Travis Scott's "Astroworld" Credits Include CyHi The Prynce, Nav & Stevie Wonder

The rapper CyHi the Prynce is credited with writing on four songs.

New father of Travis Scott dropped his highly anticipated new album Astroworld early on Friday (3 August). Now the full album credits are available, showing the host of talented names who add their touch to the offer.

Even without the credits in hand, many names were already widely known, including Drake in "Sicko" of Frank Ocean in "Carousel" and Tame Impala, The Weeknd and Pharrell on "Skeletons."

More surprising, however, were some of the writing credits.

CyHi The Prynce is credited with writing on four songs: "Stars" "Sicko" "5% Tint" and "Coffee bean" — although it is not immediately clear what he wrote specifically.

Nav joins Gunna in the writing credits for "Yosemite", in which they both appear.

In other places, Swae Lee gets a writing credit on "R. I. P. Screw" for its function, and the Juice of WRLD and Sheck Wes both accredited by their appearances in the "No Spectators."

Stevie Wonder's representatives confirmed to Pitchfork that it was him playing the harmonica on "Stop Trying to Be God", which serves as an amazing easter egg.

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Production wise, Sonny Digital, Hit-Boy, Tame Impala, Boi-1da, Thundercat, and — of course — Mike Dean and Scott himself, among many others, helped bring this project to life.

Take a look at the full credits for Astroworld below.

1. "The stars"

Produced by Sonny Digital, B Wheezy, B Korn & 30 Roc

Lyrics:

Travis Scott

Jamie Lepe

B Wheezy

Mike Dean

CyHi the Prynce

B Korn

30 Roc

Sonny Digital

2. "Carousel", with Frank Ocean

Produced by Hit-Boy

Lyrics:

Hit-Boy

Travis Scott

Frank Ocean

3. "Sicko" with Drake

Produced by Tay Keith, Oz, Rogét Chahayed, Cubeatz & Hit-Boy

Lyrics:

Mike Dean

Hit-Boy

Travis Scott

Drake

Tay Keith

Oz

Mirsad

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