Apparently the odd couple of Kanye West and Paul McCartney have found some real magic in the studio as it is being reported that the Beatle legend will co-produce West's entire new album. After a new Rihanna, West and McCartney song hit the 'Net last night, Ye's longtime friend and barber IBN Jasper took to Instagram and made some revelations about the Yeezy LP. According to him, not only will McCartney be featured on the LP, he will also co-produce the entire project. "Kanye's whole new album is co produced with McCartney," Jasper typed into the comment section of his IG post of the cover art for the track. He also revealed the song is originally a KW song that Rihanna was added to. The track will be available on both of the music star's albums. "[West] decided to put Rihanna on the song and put it on BOTH of their albums because they are both Roc Nation," he added.

As previously reported, West expressed his desire to work with the McCartney last summer with them getting in the studio a short time later. On Jan. 1 they put forth the first fruits of their labor with the track "Only One" and of course recently followed up with the Rihanna collab, "FourFiveSeconds."

West caught some flack for the different direction of his last album Yeezus. Do you think the hip-hop world is ready for an entire album put together with help from a strictly rock legend?