Rick Ross and Meek Mill‘s Too Good To True looks like it will be a star-studded affair as the MMG duo have unveiled the project’s tracklist.

The pair’s new album — which arrives on Friday (November 10) — will see Rozay and Meek joined by the likes of Future, Wale, Fabolous, DJ Khaled, Vory, Teyana Taylor, Jeremih, The-Dream, French Montana and more

However, plenty of fans voiced their frustration that Drake was nowhere to be found on the tracklist after both Meek and Ross recently teased an appearance from the 6 God.

“We wanted Drake bro. You & Drake the real shaq & Kobe,” one fan wrote, while another chimed in: “Ain’t no drake on here like y’all said? Y’all use the boy for promo?”

Find the full tracklist below:

The Drizzy comments were sparked after Meek Mill and Rick Ross sat down for an episode of Complex‘s GOAT Talk recently where they alluded to a collaboration between the trio.

“Meek Milly and Rozay, we fucking with the boy heavily. Listen out for it on some of the new shit that’s coming out very soon, you hear?” began Meek. “You better believe it,” said Ross.

Even without the 6 God, expectations for the joint effort are high following the release of singles like “Shaq & Kobe” and “Lyrical Eazy.”

Timbaland hyped Too Good To Be True during a radio interview last month where he championed the project to be a “classic.”

“Like I’ma tell you right now, the Meek and [Rick] Ross album,” he said. “That’s what we been missing. Ross giving you that Big Meech Ross. And that’s all we want, we don’t want Ross to sound like Uzi Vert. We don’t hear him on those tracks. We want to hear Ross today. We want to hear that.

When I hear their album and it’s a masterpiece, just be good at what you good at. Be great at what you great at. Don’t change for nobody. That album says a lot to me because Meek is being Meek whether you like it or not.

“It’s not dated, it sounds current, it sounds fresh and it sounds like a classic,” Timbo testified. “And you could tell the space they’re in. I don’t even have to talk to them or ask what space they’re in, you could hear it through the music.”

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