Kanye West is gearing up for a new collaborative project with Kid Cudi but the joint record isn't the only thing Yeezy is working on. On Sunday (April 22), the Chicago rapper revealed he's producing albums for Pusha T, Nas, Teyana Taylor and more.

In his tweet, Kanye also shared the release dates for the upcoming projects, which will all be releasing in late-May and June. "Been chopping samples from the sunken place 😂Pusha May 25th My album June 1st me and Cudi June 8th and Teyana June 22nd and oh yeah... Nas June 15th," he wrote.

The last Pusha T project Kanye worked on was the Virginia rapper's 2015 offering, King Push - Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude. On the album, Yeezy produced the A$AP Rocky and The-Dream-assisted track, "M.P.A."

News of Pusha T's long-awaited album came on April 19 when Kanye first revealed the release date for the project. While it's uncertain if Yeezy is producing the entire album, he definitely has a lot on his plate with five projects set to release in the coming months.

On April 19, Kanye also revealed new information about his upcoming solo album and the project with Kid Cudi. According to the Windy City artist, his album will only feature seven songs. As for his collaboration with Cudi, the project will be titled Kids See Ghost—the name of the duo's new group.

Yeezy also shared some Takashi Murakami-inspired art for the album. "Murakami vibes," he wrote on Twitter after posting what appears to be a drawing of him and Cudi. The black-and-white artwork also features Asian lettering, a sunflower and monster-like creature.

Check out Kanye West's tweets below.

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