If you're like me, you postponed your bedtime to give C5 an early-bird spin. Now that we've heard it a second or third time, it's time for us to reflect upon the list of contributors, a grouping of individuals as eclectic as Weezy imagines himself. Wayne's tractor beam picked up anti-matter from rap yesteryear. The most surprising of the guests figure among the forgotten Young Money alumnus, as well as R&B singers we had pronounced "good as retired," including Weezy's own baby mother Nivea. See for yourself.

Carter V Production Credits 

"I Love You Dwayne"

"Don't Cry" featuring XXXTentacion
Producers: Ben Billions and Z3N

"Dedicate"
Producers: Manny Galvez, Roc & Mayne, Louie Haze

"Uproar"
Producers: Swizz Beatz and Avenue

"Let It Fly" featuring Travis Scott
Producers: Sevn Thomas and Dirtwork

"Can't Be Broken"
Producers: Ben Billions and Thomas Troelsen

"Dark Side of the Moon" featuring Nicki Minaj
Producers: Bloque and Jonah Christian

"Mona Lisa" featuring Kendrick Lamar
Producers: Infamous and Angel "Onhel" Aponte

"What About Me" featuring: Sosamann
Producers: Johnny Yukon and DJ Frank E

"Open Letter"
Producers: Johnny Yukon and DJ Frank E

"Famous" featuring Reginae Carter
Producers: Sham "Sak Pase" Joseph and Lasanna "Ace" Harris

"Problems"
Producer: Zaytoven

"Dope N****z" featuring Snoop Dogg
Producers: Rio and Kamo

"Hittas"
Producer: Jayones

"Took His Time"
Producer: FREEWAYTJAY

"Open Safe"
Producer: Mikely "Mike Free" Adam

"Start This S**t Off Right" featuring Ashanti and Mack Maine
Producer: Mannie Fresh

"Demon"
Producers: Cool & Dre and 808 Ray

"Mess"
Producer: Infamous

"Dope New Gospel" featuring Nivea
Producers: Rio and Kamo

"Perfect Strangers"
Producer: Mannie Fresh

"Used 2"
Producers: Metro Boomin and Prince 85

"Let It All Work Out"
Producers: Jordan, Myles William, Reefa