Kanye West and Kid Cudi hold listening party for new album

  • Kanye West and Kid Cudi hold listening party for new album

Kanye West and Kid Cudi hold listening party for new album

After dropping Pusha T's DAYTONA a fortnight ago, then following up last week with Ye, Kanye West is back again with his third release in as many weeks. At around 10:45 p.m., music began blaring through loudspeakers as pink smoke blanketed the air, giving off a ghostly vibe that was a likely homage to the KSG album's cover art, created by Takashi Murakami.

All three pieces of the "Kids See Ghosts" collection are available for preorder on Kanye West's web store right now. Music partnered with WAV Media to give fans a first-look and listen to Yeezy and Cudi's collaborative feat 'Kids See Ghosts' via livestream.

Interestingly, what's been immediately clear with Ghosts is that the overall reception will likely be much more generally unanimous, as West sounds more lyrically focused here than on the majority of Ye. Cudi has been featured in some way on every Kanye West album since 808s & Heartbreak. The same track also samples Shirley Ann Lee's "Someday", which recently also made an appearance on ye track "Ghost Town".

Fans quickly took note of the inconsistencies between the choruses and guest features on each track, and the that titles didn't match.

Check out Kids See Ghosts below.

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