Blink-182 Drummer Travis Barker has confirmed a variety of Hip-Hop stars will be featured on his highly anticipated upcoming solo debut, Give The Drummer Some, which is due in stores this March via Interscope.
Rep's for the label have confirmed an all-star cast of rappers have lined up to support Travis Barker's inaugural debut, which will land in stores on March 15th, 2011.
The first official single "Can A Drummer Get Some" by itself features a who's who in Hip-Hop, with guest appearances by The Game, Swizz Beatz, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
Other guests confirmed for the release include Slaughterhouse ("Devil's Got A Hold of Me"), Kid Cudi ("Cool Head"), Paul Wall, Kurupt and J Roc ("Don't F**k With Me) and The Clipse ("City of Dreams").
Travis already dropped the single "Jump Down" featuring The Cool Kids, which is already being sold as a single.
The diverse musician has also enlisted his favorite artists in the art world to create visual representations for every track on Give The Drummer Some.
Artists like Mr. Cartoon, Risk One, Skinhead Rob, Cool Head, Jeff Soto, Richard Sanchez contributed to the album artwork, while Rock & Roll artist Pushead created the over.
Pushead is a veteran artist who has created album covers for artists ranging from Metallica to Dr. Octagon (Kool Keith).
Travis Barker is also in the studio with a reformed Blink-182. The group will drop a new album this year as well.