LL Cool J fans will be able to pick up his latest album "Authentic" a little earlier than expected.
According to Hiphopdx.com, the rapper has moved up the album's release date to April 30th. It was initially scheduled to hit stores on May 7th.
LL has enlisted some big names for the album, including Kendrick Lamar, Jennifer Lopez and Monica. Tom Morello, Chuck D, Z-Trip and Travis Barker also appear on the album on the track "Whaddup" which they debuted live last Sunday at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
"Authentic" will be LL's first album since 2008's "Exit 13." That album peaked at number nine on the Billboard 200 chart.
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