Lil Durk has enlisted some big names behind the boards for his new album Almost Healed.

On Saturday (May 20), Spotify’s RapCaviar posted a graphic on Instagram revealing the list of producers who have contributed to Smurk’s upcoming project, which drops on May 26.

The 21-song album boasts production from Metro Boomin, Alicia Keys, Southside, Wheezy, Zaytoven, ATL Jacob and CuBeatz, among others.

There are also multiple credits from Dr. Luke, the pop hitmaker behind Durk’s recently released single “All My Life” featuring J. Cole.

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Almost Healed will mark Lil Durk’s first project since 2022’s 7220, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with over 120,000 first-week sales.

The OTF frontman shared the cover art for Almost Healed, as well as its release date and new title — after he originally announced it would be titled The Voice 2.0.

In an April interview with XXL prior to changing the name of the album, Lil Durk explained that the 2.0 represented the progress he’s made since his last album.

“Growth, that’s what the 2.0 stand for,” he said. “Just be on another level. Just not only music-wise, like the things around me, growing from the friends around me, management. Sitting with the mayor. We doin’ big charity things. Neighborhood Heroes, the foundation I got.

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Almost Healed was initially set to arrive on May 12, the same day as his bitter rival NBA YoungBoy’sRichest Opp. However, a sales showdown between the warring rap stars was avoided after Durk pushed his album back at the last minute.

Instead, he kept fans fed with the release of the aforementioned “All My Life,” which he admitted he came second best on.

“He smoked my ass on that one, for one — barely,” Smurk told Complex of J. Cole’s guest verse. “That barely happens. But shout out to J. Cole, shout out to [Dr.] Luke, we made it happen.”

Up next, the 30-year-old is headed out on the road in support of his forthcoming album, and he’s bringing Kodak BlackNLE Choppa and DD Osama with him.

Set to kick off in Tampa, Florida in July, the Sorry For The Drought Tour will hit 27 cities across North America, including New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles and his hometown of Chicago.