While we already know Kanye West has been hard at work in the studio producing Pusha T’s new album “top to bottom,” it seems he’ll be lending his production prowess to another longtime collaborator.

In a new interview with Grass Routes Podcast, fellow G.O.O.D. Music artist CyHi the Prynce confirmed West is also producing forthcoming albums from “all” artists on the roster, as well as a new one from Kid Cudi, who officially split from the label back in 2013.

“I got a project I’m doing with ‘Ye that’s all produced by him. He’s doing it for every artist on the label,” CyHi explains around the 34:25 mark in the above video. “[Big] Sean’s got one that will be executive produced by him. Pusha [T]’s next album is strictly produced by him. Teyana [Taylor’s next project], strictly [produced by Kanye]. Kid Cudi’s, strictly [produced by Kanye]. He does, like, 10 beats a day.”

This summer, Kid Cudi and Kanye West were spotted leaving an LA studio together, spending time in Japan working on a “secret project” and visiting Takashi Murakami’s studio, so it absolutely fits that they’ve been working on a new Kid Cudi album, although CyHi didn’t name drop Cudder.

Also adding fuel to the Kanye West-produced Kid Cudi album rumor fire is Greg “Olskool Ice-Gre” Lewis. The first and former G.O.O.D. Music A&R posted a photo on Instagram of Yeezy and Cudi’s Murakami studio visit with the caption: “Coming Dec 31st #EverybodyWins | My Squad: #Coodie #KanyeWest #KidCudi.”

Coming Dec 31st #EverybodyWins | My Squad: #Coodie #KanyeWest #KidCudi

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While we don’t know exactly what will go down on December 31, with Kanye and Cudi’s project becoming less and less “top secret,” we just might get a new Kid Cudi album just in time for New Year’s Eve 2018.

Revisit Kid Cudi’s “Surfin’” featuring Pharrell below.

In other music news, Kendrick Lamar and U2 just dropped a new song called “American Soul.” Listen to it right here.

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