SZA released the complete tracklist for her upcoming album,Ctrl, on Monday. The 14-song record has features from Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, Isaiah Rashad, and James Fauntleroy.

The Travis Scott feature comes on “Love Galore,” which SZA released earlier this month. The album is set to drop this Friday, June 9 via TDE.

Last week, SZA gave fans a taste of what to expect from the album when she dropped “Broken Clocks.”

Check out the full tracklist for Ctrl below.

1. Supermodel

2. Love Galore ft. Travis Scott

3. Doves In The Wind ft. Kendrick Lamar

4. Drew Barrymore

5. Prom

6. The Weekend

7. Go Gina

8. Garden (Say It Like Dat)

9. Broken Clocks

10. Anything

11. Wavy (Interlude ft. James Fauntleroy

12. Normal Girl

13. Pretty Little Birds ft. Isaiah Rashad

14. 20 Something

-Via The Fader

The ascendance of Chance The Rapper continues. Today (June 6), BET announces the Grammy Award-winning Chicago artist will be the recipient of the Humanitarian Award presented by Walmart at the 2017 BET Awards. The star-studded awards show will also include the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award to the legendary R&B group New Edition.

This reveal marks yet another accolade in a year of transformational success for Chano, who not only altered the music industry landscape forever with his mixtape, Coloring Book, but also demonstrated an irrepressible commitment to bettering the world around him.

Long an outspoken critic of systemic injustices in the U.S., Chano took his activism to another level when he worked alongside President Obama on the government’s My Brother’s Keeper Challenge, an initiative designed to help civic leaders intervene in the lives of young men of color, working to deal with the unique struggles they face while also working to promote racial equality.

As if that weren’t enough, Chano took it upon himself to improve Chicago’s ailing public school system. Less than two weeks after critiquing Illinois Governor Rauner’s handling of the situation, Chance pledged to donate $1 million to Chicago public schools, ultimately inspiring the NBA’s Chicago Bulls to do the same. Talk about a chain reaction.

Chance will be recognized for his philanthropy and humanitarian efforts when the 2017 BET Awards—which take place alongside the BET Experience (June 22-25) and are hosted by Saturday Night Live‘s Leslie Jones—air live from the Mircosoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sun., June 25 at 8 p.m./5 p.m. EST./PST.

-Via XXL