Unsurprisingly, Kanye West has decided to snap up the the brilliant Evian Christ, who worked on the best track from Yeezus, 'I'm In It'. The news broke via a retrospective piece he wrote for Dazed Digital.

"I was about to go to bed one night towards the start of the year when I got the email saying, 'Hey Kanye wants you to come to Paris now. Can you get on the first flight in the morning?' So that whole journey was the most, ‘I can’t believe this is happening’ moment. Being involved in Yeezus was my first experience of working with super high-level engineers and in-house producers. It was amazing to see the process of upscaling the track I'd initially made to get it ready for a major label record. I want to learn how to do that for myself. It's actually taken me all year to adjust to the fact that making music full-time is what I do now. Uprooting yourself and launching into something completely different isn't comfortable. I've enjoyed it, but it's been weird. It's also taken me this long to deal with always having an audience. I love it, but that thought looms constantly."

Evian Christ is set to release a new EP in 2014 through Tri Angle Records called Waterfall. Listen to 'Salt Carousel' by heading here.