Teased a few months back, the cover is designed by iconic Japanese artist Takashi Murakami and offers a look into the tone of the album. Recalling the color palette he used on Kanye’s Graduation album, Murakami referenced Japanese folklore and traditional ukiyo-e woodblock printing with his signature Superflat character styling. Although not much is known about the highly-anticipated project, we currently have a tracklist for the collab album and know that it will be releasing with a short film by Dexter Navy.
Take a look at the Takashi Murakami-designed album cover above and expect Kids See Ghost to drop on June 8.
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