Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Get Chance the Rapper, Leon Bridges, YG for 'This Unruly Mess I've Made'

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Get Chance the Rapper, Leon Bridges, YG for 'This Unruly Mess I've Made'
Two weeks ahead of issuing This Unruly Mess I've Made, Washington State rap duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have unveiled the full tracklisting details. Now confirmed to include a couple recent song releases and appearances from artists including Chance the Rapper, Leon Bridges, YG and more, the album hits stores February 26.

A photo of a handwritten tracklisting [courtesy of Pitchfork] explains that the new album features 13 tracks. This includes previously premiered songs like last year's "Downtown," featuring old-school vets Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and Grandmaster Caz. It also includes Ed Sheeran collaboration "Growing Up (Sloane's Song)" and the more recent "White Privilege II" with Jamila Woods.

Elsewhere, Chicago favourite Chance the Rapper adds bars to "Need to Know," vintage soul-slinger Leon Bridges appears on "Kevin," Bompton rhymer YG drops by for "Bolo Tie," and rap greats KRS-One and DJ Premier contribute to "Buckshot."

Other artists appearing on This Unruly Mess I've Made include actor Idris Elba, Anderson .Paak, Carla Morrison, XP and Mike Slap. You'll find the full breakdown below.

As previously reported, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' follow-up to 2012 mega-smash The Heist, which featured their signature single "Thrift Shop," was recorded somewhere in the "wilderness" of the Pacific Northwest.

In related news, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis shared their new non-album Valentine's Day treat "Spoons" yesterday (February 14). You can hear that song below the tracklist.