Lots of Sounwave production
TDE in-house producer Sounwave is one the chief architects of the TDE sound, having produced Schoolboy Q's "There He Go," Kendrick Lamar's "Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe," and several cuts off To Pimp A Butterfly, including "For Sale," "Hood Politics," and "These Walls."
The Compton native is one of Kendrick's closest collaborators, having been working with him since he was 16. His artistic relationship with Jay Rock is more precarious, as he produced just one song on Follow Me Home, and it was the intro skit. He's already produced one song on the new album -- “Pay For It" -- hopefully Jay Rock has gotten him in the studio for several more.
In addition to Sounwave, praying for a substantial helping of Terrace Martin and DJ Dahi.