Is CyHi the Prynce going to be the next artist to receive the Kanye West-produced seven-song album treatment? Maybe. On Monday, CyHi hopped on Twitter to share a recent conversation he had with Kanye West. 

With the release of Daytona, Ye, and Kids See Ghosts these last three weeks, Kanye has ran with the idea of the seven-song album. Although CyHi’s tweet doesn’t explicitly state if West will be the one handling all of the production, like he did with the aforementioned projects, it's likely that ‘Ye would once again get behind the boards for it. 

Kanye also took to Twitter to talk about the reception to all the recently released music and to give an update on Nas' upcoming project. 

‘Ye appears to be in a good place creatively, so it’s conceivable that he will continue to work behind the scenes, even after the drop of Teyana Taylor’s album—the last of his series of seven-song projects—later this month. If Kanye wants to keep collaborating with other artists in this particular format, a Ty Dolla Sign album is likely to also be coming up. West spoke glowingly of Ty in a recent interview. "Ty is one of the strongest artists that we have living and anything I can do to support, get around, produce, take my hands, chop up, everything! I'm with it," he said.