Kanye West & Kid Cudi Release ‘Kids See Ghosts’

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After Kids See Ghosts, Nas and Teyana Taylor are reportedly next in line to drop their Kanye West-produced albums.

The album made its official debut Thursday night at a special listening party in Los Angeles, where hundreds of industry figures and friends gathered to hear the project, which comes only a week after West's own album Ye. "Starting shortly." The stream went live shortly after that, but without audio. The star-studded event was enough to make many people forget that he's got another album coming - this one a collaboration with longtime associate Kid Cudi called "Kids See Ghosts" - on Friday. The album's party was a lituation, but it's release not so much. "Kanye truly is a genius". All five albums are set to consist of just seven songs each.

Each features the album's artwork, by renowned artist Takashi Murakami, in an across-the-back print, while the left crest of the front lists the album title along with "Kid Cudi/Kanye West/Seven Songs/Recorded Album/©2018".

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G.O.O.D. Music is back in the building. That said, there has been some confusion regarding the tracklist, which turned out to be incorrect when the album was sent to Apple Music and other streaming services.

West and Cudi have collaborated on a number of West's most commercially successful songs in the past, including "All of the Lights" and "Welcome to Heartbreak".