After releasing ye, Kanye West and frequent collaborator Kid Cudi recently dropped their highly-anticipated Kids See Ghosts album. Available now on streaming platforms, the project was officially unveiled at an exclusive Los Angeles listening party.
Recalling Kanye’s Graduation album, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami was enlisted to create a Japanese folklore and traditional ukiyo-e woodblock printing-inspired album cover with his signature Superflat character styling. Featuring heavy production from Kanye, the seven-track project features guest appearances from artists like Pusha T, Ty Dolla $ign and Mos Def.
Already expected to be a sonically-challenging album, the two artists fully expressed their experimental styles drawing from alternative rock tones. Despite standout verses from ‘Ye riddled throughout the album, it is Cudi’s signature crooning that makes the album. For longtime Cudi fans, songs like “Fire” and “Cudi Montage” will bring back memories of Cudder’s classic G.O.O.D. Music discography.
Listen to the Kid Cudi and Kanye West’s highly-anticipated Kids See Ghosts collaborative album below. Also, look out for a special short film directed by Dexter Navy which will chronicle the sure to be iconic album.
In case you missed it, Kid Cudi and Kanye West’s LA Kids See Ghosts listening party merch is available now online.
Representatives from GOOD Music / Def Jam have indicated that tracklisting across all platforms are sequenced in error. The correct track listing can be seen below:
1. Feel The Love
3. 4th Dimension Feat. Louis Prima
4. Freeee (Ghost Town Pt. 2)
6. Kids See Ghosts
7. Cudi Montage