The string of seven-track albums produced by Kanye West might be getting an addition. Longtime collaborator CyHi The Prynce claims Yeezy told him to begin mapping out plans for such a project on Monday (June 11).
“Welp @kanyewest just said ‘man we gotta start setting these ideas aside for your 7 songs,'” CyHi wrote on Twitter. “I said the world will never be the same!!!! All the CYHI FANS get ready!!!!!”
Welp @kanyewest just said “man we gotta start setting these ideas aside for your 7 songs” I said the world will never be the same!!!! All the CYHI FANS get ready!!!!!
— CYHI THE PRYNCE (@CyhiThePrynce) June 11, 2018
CyHi is no longer part of the G.O.O.D. Music roster but has continued to contribute to West’s work despite his departure. Last year, the veteran MC was finally able to release his debut album No Dope On Sundays.
Last Friday (June 8), West teamed with Cudi for the release of their collaborative effort Kids See Ghosts. The project was the third in a series of five albums to be produced entirely by the G.O.O.D. Music founder, all of which feature just seven songs.
Nas’ 12th solo album, the next release in the series of West-produced projects, is scheduled to drop on Friday (June 15). Ty Dolla $ign has also hinted at a possible album with West, who has expressed a desire to continue releasing projects on a weekly basis.