Kanye West has enlisted some big names for his upcoming 'G.O.O.D. Music' compilation project. Apparently, R&B singer-songwriter Frank Ocean and spiritual rapper Jay Electronica have joined Yeezy out in London along with producer Hit-Boy and Big Sean.

Rapper Pusha T has been chronicling the production process on his official website. "Learned in London: NOBU is always 500+ for dinner, @HitBoy_SC is the future, I'm a car hoe, Frank Ocean already won, and G.O.O.D can't lose!" he wrote on Tuesday (Jan. 17).

Fellow G.O.O.D. Music artists John Legend and Mr. Hudson are also in the lab with the crew. The lone female in the mix is R&B songbird Marsha Ambrosius, who also tweeted her excitement of working with the crew in the studio. "In the studio with Frank Ocean, Big Sean, Pusha T, Manny Fresh. Kanye West is on the way!!! I'm having fun today," she said.

Last year, Big Sean told MTV News that the 'G.O.O.D. Music' compilation was nearly completed. "We’re all working on a new project; it’s almost done," he said. "We’re going to London to finish it up and do the last part of it and working on my album at the same time with ‘Ye and everybody."

The 'G.O.O.D. Music' album is slated to hit stores in the spring.