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Beyoncé's new album features Skrillex, Honey Dijon, Green Velvet, more as composers

Nile Rodgers, A.G Cook and Kelman Duran also appear on the record

Beyoncé's new album features Skrillex, Honey Dijon, Green Velvet, more as composers

A number of electronic music artists and famed producers have been confirmed to have worked on Beyoncé's forthcoming album, 'Renaissance'.

The full tracklist for the record, which is out on 29th July, has revealed the full list of producers, songwriters and samples that appear on the 16-track album, and credited composers include Skrillex, Honey Dijon, Green Velvet, Kelman Duran, A. G. Cook, Luke Solomon, Nile Rodgers and The Neptunes, the production duo of Pharrell and Chad Hugo.

Samples of Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder and James Brown also appear across the album according to the full list of credits. They are all listed on the album's Apple Music page, though the full list of contributors has not yet been published.

News of the guests featured on the album follows early teasers that Beyoncé draws on '90s Chicago house music and classic disco on the forthcoming record. Last month, she released lead single 'Break My Soul', which nods to Robin S' house classic 'Show Me Love'.