Kanye West & Kid Cudi Release Collaborative Album, "Kids See Ghosts"

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Remaining remarkably true to his word, Kanye West delivered the third Wyoming-recorded album today, releasing his collaborative Kids See Ghosts LP with Kid Cudi. 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.

The group's listening party was streamed live from Los Angeles on the Wav app in a similar fashion to West's album reveal for ye last week. The penultimate title track features a chorus by Yasiin Bey between West and Cudi's verses, while album closer "Cudi Montage" reunites West and Cudi with Mr. Hudson.

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It also appears that Kanye did not in fact produce the entire effort. Most notably, it appears André 3000 worked alongside Boogz, Kanye, and Cudi on "Fire". He's not credited at all on "Cudi Montage" (Kid Cudi, Mike Dean, and Dot Da Genius) or "Reborn" (Evan Mast, Cudi, Dot, and Plain Pat).

Cudi was also the one to share the upcoming album's artwork earlier this week, by artist Takashi Murakami (who also did Ye's 'Graduation' cover).

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Albums recorded by Nas and Teyana Taylor are also coming.

The song's title is hard to confirm, due to multiple versions of the Kids See Ghosts tracklist that have been floating around. West and Cudi were elated and smiled during the party.

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Kids See Ghosts see the two on an upswing, exemplifying some of the best of production and lyricism from either artist. 4th Dimension [ft. Louis Prima] 4.