An increase in street music and a few collaborations will be the main components for the forthcoming album from Chicago-based rapper Twista, Adrenaline Rush 2007.
The release, according to the rapper, is sure to please fans.
While Twista is featured prominently on the album, he does enlist "a few friends" such as Juelz Santana and T-Pain to help round out the project.
"It's not just me," the lyricist revealed to AllHipHop.com. "I got a song on there produced by Jazzy Pha that's off the chain called 'Trappers Delight.' I got my homey Cee-Lo on there and he's doing a crazy style on the track. I definitely had to bring my man R. Kelly back that's like my favorite song without even listening to my part, just sitting back listening to what he did to the record. That's called 'Love Rehab.' I got Pharrell on my next single that I'm about to drop called 'Give It Up.'"
One song that may have listeners talking will be "We Ain't No Hoe," a track featuring Twista's former rap rivals Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
According to Twista, the song signifies a new day for the two factions, who used to feud over who developed the rapid fire style of rhyme that defines them both.
The single "Give It Up," may crossover to the small screen as there are plans to feature the song on HBO's hit show Entourage.
"Yeah, the 'Give It Up'record is supposed to be tied into Entourage, but I'm not sure what's going on with that," Twista admitted to Allhiphop.com. "We were supposed to have the director from the show shoot the video and everything, but a lot of things got misconstrued so now we're going to have Hype Williams shoot the video."
Adrenaline Rush 2007 is slated to hit stores on Aug.24.