Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music Album Will Be 'Great Music'

'I just sent 'Ye like 12 beats the other day,' producer Hit-Boy tells MTV News.

As soloists, Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music roster has proven to be formidable hip-hop hitmakers. Now put Big Sean, Kid Cudi, Pusha T and Kanye West together on one album and expectations will no doubt run high. In October, West set things up when he tweeted, "GOODMUSIC.THE ALBUM.SPRING2012," and the date couldn't come soon enough. While label producer Hit-Boy couldn't confirm the sonic direction of the compilation, he assured MTV News that it'll be quality.

"It's going to be G.O.O.D. Music-esque, which is great music," the "N---as in Paris" producer said when he sat with MTV News last week.

It's a safe bet that 'Ye will remain chief producer, but that doesn't mean he won't enlist others as he did on his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and his tag-team album with Jay-Z, Watch the Throne. "We actually already started a couple of ideas for that, just bouncing around stuff," Hit-Boy confirmed. "I just sent 'Ye like 12 beats the other day. He hit me like, 'I need joints.' So we're just going in."

The California producer scored the most exciting track on WTT with "N---as in Paris," but he revealed to MTV News that he made a few more records for the high-profile album that just didn't make the final cut. "The crazy thing about the 'Paris' record is that record just came out of nowhere, pretty much," Hit-Boy said. "I did other records that were talked about being singles and all types of stuff, so I was hyped over those records."

It seems that those records won't go to waste either as a few, if not all, will end up on the G.O.O.D. Music album. "We made a lot of music around the time we were working on Watch the Throne so joints will end up where they're supposed to," he said.