Yeezus fans could possibly get even more Kanye material to enjoy soon.

In an interview with the Daily Beast, Yeezus producer Rick Rubin revealed more about his intensive work on the record as well as hinting at more material.

Rubin was called in at the last minute to guide Yeezus to completion and was overwhelmed by his deadline. West reportedly told Rubin they had five weeks to prep the LP for release. On his first day, Rubin suggested culling the current track count from 16 down to 10, suggesting to West, "Maybe this is two albums. Maybe this is just the first half." Asked specifically if there is another record forthcoming, Rubin was more reserved, replying only "Might be."

For now, you can read the entire interview with the iconic producer here. Yeezus is available now via Def Jam.