The tracklist for Lil Nas X’s album has dropped (Picture: @LilNasX / Getty / AP)
Lil Nas X has released the tracklist for his upcoming debut album so hold on to your hats, because this one’s pretty epic.
The Call Me By Your Name hitmaker, 22, drops his self-titled record in a matter of weeks, and the excitement is only growing as we now have names for the songs that will feature.
In a video shared on social media, Lil Nas X gives fans a sneak preview of an unreleased song as the names of each song are revealed one by one.
Sir Elton features on a track titled One of Me, whilst Am I Dreaming features Miley Cyrus, a song title that perfectly sums up our feelings about these collaborations.
Megan The Stallion features on Dolla Sign Slime and Doja Cat will lend her iconic rap skills to Scoop.
Also featured is Jack Harlow, who raps on single Industry Baby, which debuted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
These high-profile collabs on just his first album show how Lil Nas X has already made his mark on the music industry.
Sir Elton recently referred to star as ‘a hero of mine’ after Lil Nas X presented him with the Icon Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Montero will feature a collab with friend Miley Cyrus on a track called Am I Dreaming (Picture: Getty Images)
In his acceptance speech, the Your Song singer, 74, said: ‘I just want to say a special thanks to Lil Nas X, because he is a wonderful artist and has balls of steel!’
The rapper befriended Plastic Hearts singer Miley, 28, after collaborating with her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, on his breakout hit Old Town Road.
Sir Elton John will also lend his musical talents to the rapper’s debut album (Picture: Getty Images)
He later performed the hit with Miley at Glastonbury Festival and have been gushing about one another on social media ever since.
Other tracks on the album include Dead Right Now, That’s What I Want and Tales of Dominica.
Lil Nas X recently unveiled the artwork for his album, which shows him suspended naked in the air, posing elegantly surrounded by crystal blue waters and butterflies.
He also admitted creating his album ‘felt like therapy’ as he’s realised ‘the only opinion of me that really matters is my own’, a topic that could potentially be explored on track The Art of Realisation.
Montero is available to pre-order now, available September 17.