UPDATE: The tracklist has been since confirmed fake by 21 Savage's camp. Stay tuned for more information.

While we've known about 21 Savage's I Am > I Was album for a week or so, the soft-spoken rapper has kept the project's guest appearances close to his chest. Yet today, one of the album's producers, the Grammy Nominated Louis Bell, shared a screenshot of the album's full tracklist on his Instagram story. Of course, we have yet to receive confirmation from 21 himself, but Bell seems like a credible source; the man previously produced "Rockstar" for Post Malone and 21, and looks to have reunited the duo on a second go-around.

Of course, such reveals should be taken with a grain of salt (and to be fair, he did botch the album title), but given Bell's prior credentials, it seems possible that I AM > I WAS will be a stacked affair on both the production and lyrical tip. Should this intel prove correct, look for contributions from J. Cole, Childish Gambino Post Malone, ScHoolboy Q, Metro Boomin, Offset, Lil Baby & Gunna, Cardo, DJ Dahi, and more.

1. A Lot (feat. J Cole) [prod. DJ Dahi] 
2. Break Da Law [prod. Metro Boomin, Southside, & Doughboy Beatz] 
3. A&T [prod. FKi & Nija] potentially collab w Juicy J and DJ Paul or sample. Also samples E40’s The Click group
4. Out For The Night [prod. Kid Hazel] Santana sample
5. Gun Smoke [prod. Kid Hazel, Frederik van Workum, & ItsNicklus]
6. 1.5 (feat. Offset) [prod Wheezy & NIL$]
7. All My Friends (feat. Post Malone) [prod. Louis Bell]
8. Can't Leave Without It (feat. Lil Baby & Gunna) [prod. Wheezy]
9. ASMR [prod. Metro Boomin]
10. Ball Without You [prod. TM88 & Tyshane] 
11. Good Day (feat. ScHoolboy Q) [prod. Cardo & 30 Roc] *Samples 3-6 Mafia*
12. Pad Lock [prod. Kid Hazel] 
13. Monster (feat. Childish Gambino) [prod. DJ Dahi & Axlfolie] 
14. Letter 2 My Momma [prod. Kid Hazel]

The project is set to drop on December 21st. Again, it's entirely possible that Bell assumed the tracklist was correct, given his own involvement in the album. Yet the album information seems to be corroborated by a mysterious Twitter account, that previously revealed Kodak Black's tracklist before the news broke. In any case, we can only hope this one comes to fruition, as it looks stacked.