Information surrounding Drake's third full-length album, 'Nothing Was The Same,' continues to trickle in as we get closer to its mid-September release date. The latest news: Some choice collaborators.

In the magazine's write-up of the record, 'Rolling Stone' revealed some details that hadn't reached the world just yet. Apparently Young Money cohort Lil Wayne appears on the album along with Jay Z, who was featured on 'Thank Me Later' track 'Light Up.'

In related news, Scottish producer Hudson Mohawke will provide some instrumental touches on 'Nothing Was The Same.' He recently worked on Kanye West's latest opus, 'Yeezus,' as part of the duo TNGHT with Canadian producer Lunice. The two have also put out a self-titled EP and lent one of its beats to Weezy for 'Lay It Down' off 'I Am Not a Human Being Part II.'

'Nothing Was The Same' is due out Sept. 17.