Expect to hear more music from Kanye West next year when he releases his G.O.O.D. Music compilation album featuring artists on his all-star label. With rappers like Big Sean, CyHi Da Prynce, Kid Cudi, Pusha T and Yeezy, himself, on the project, you can bet that it's going to be one helluva album.

One of the producers crafting music for the LP is none other than Hit-Boy, who blessed Jay-Z and West with the chaotic beat for 'N---as in Paris.' The California native promises the music is going to sound just as bombastic as the Throne's latest anthem. "It's going to be G.O.O.D. Music-esque, which is great music," he quips to MTV News.

"We actually already started a couple of ideas for that, just bouncing around stuff," he adds. "I just sent 'Ye like 12 beats the other day. He hit me like, 'I need joints.' So we're just going in." Now that s--t is cray.

Hit-Boy is not a wasteful producer either. The studio maverick is thinking of recycling some of the unused beats from the 'Watch the Throne' session into the mix. "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 says. No release date has been set for the compilation album, which is due in 2012.

Watch Hit-Boy Talk About Working On the Upcoming G.O.O.D. Music Compilation