Originally due Oct. 9, Philadelphia rapper Freeway's long-in-the-works sophomore album, "Free At Last," will now arrive Nov. 20 via Roc-A-Fella.

Originally due Oct. 9, Philadelphia rapper Freeway's long-in-the-works sophomore album, "Free At Last," will now arrive Nov. 20 via Roc-A-Fella.

The disc was co-executive produced by Jay-Z and 50 Cent; Jay-Z guests on the track "Rocafella Billionaires," which has been at radio since July.

Additional contributions will be heard from Lil Wayne, Jadakiss, Paul Wall, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Scarface and Too $hort, with production supplied by Dame Grease, Cool & Dre, J.R. Rotem and Don Cannon.

"The album is soulful. I think it's gonna be another classic," Freeway tells Billboard.com. "I didn't fall into what people thought I was going to do or what everyone else is doing. If you're a fan, you'll love it."

Freeway's album arrives ahead of the Dec. 11 release "The Solution," the new album from his State Property colleague Beanie Sigel.


Additional reporting by Hillary Crosley.