Travis Barker's Upcoming Album Has More Guest Artists Than Kanye's Did
Blink-182 drummer/plane crash survivor Travis Barker is set to release a solo album on March 15, according to Consequence of Sound.
Turns out he won't exactly be doing the project by himself, though. After Travis made some announcements about the album via Twitter without the knowledge of Interscope, his label decided to set the record straight and announce the collaborations details itself.
Give the Drummer Some will feature Clipse, The Cool Kids, Corey Taylor, The Game, J Roc, Kid Cudi, Kobe, Kurupt, Lil Wayne, Paul Wall, Rick Ross, RZA, Raekwon, Slaughterhouse, Steve Aoki, Swizz Beats, and Tom Morello on 12 tracks. Barker will release a 16-track deluxe edition of the album as well.
Check out "Can A Drummer Get Some," the first track that dropped from Barker's upcoming album.
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