Yes? Good. Us, too. And it turns out there is more where that came from. Plenty more.
During an interview with Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet before the Grammys on Sunday night (Feb. 8), Yeezy revealed major news about his involvement in her new album.
"I'm executive producing Rihanna's album," Yeezy said. "And then I played her my album, and I said, 'I've got a few songs with Paul McCartney, and she couldn't get past this record, ['FourFiveSeconds']. She had to have it on her album. And she sounds really amazing on it."
When pressed as to when we can expect the project -- it has been over two years since Rihanna's last album, after all -- 'Ye wouldn't reveal any other details, and said, "I'm not sure," about the timetable for release.
That's ok, though. Because we thanks to this new revelation and what we already guessed from the release of "FourFiveSeconds," the singer is hard at work on the new project. Plus, if the collaborative effort results in the kind of magic they've whipped up in the past -- from "All of the Lights" to "Run This Town" -- we're in for some greatness.
But seriously, Ri, we need that album already.