Kanye West has been pretty quiet since he was hospitalized after suffering a mental breakdown last fall, but don't confuse his relative silence for a lack of productivity. According to CyHi The Prynce, the iconic rapper/producer/designer's actually been producing entire albums for every artist on his G.O.O.D. Music imprint.

Making an appearance on the Grass Routes Podcast, CyHi, who's just hours away from dropping his No Dope on Sundays album, gave a bit of insight into Yeezy's apparently sizable workload.

"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 explained. "Sean's got one that will be executive produced by him. Pusha's next album is strictly produced by him. Teyana's [album], strictly [Kanye]. Kid Cudi's, strictly ['Ye]. He does, like, ten beats a day... we working on 'Ye album now, we working on my next one, and that's about it."

So, if CyHi's speaking the truth, which we have no reason to doubt, Yeezy's producing an album for Big Sean, Pusha T, Teyana Taylor and, apparently, CyHi's follow-up to No Dope on Sundays. Neither of these artists have spoken on the matter, but Pusha T's eagerly awaited King Push album has long been said to be exclusively 'Ye-produced.

Check out Cyhi's possibly revealing conversation below. The bits about Yeezy producing every G.O.O.D. Music artist's album comes in at the 34:25 mark. He also says he's dropping a few more new albums in the coming months.

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