Kids See Ghosts (stylized in all-caps) is the eponymous debut studio album by American hip hop duo Kids See Ghosts, composed of Kanye West and Kid Cudi. It was released on June 8, 2018, by GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. Prior to the album, West and Cudi enjoyed a strong relationship as close friends and musical allies since meeting in 2008, and expressed a desire to record a collaborative album
Kids See Ghosts may be the very song Sheppard witnessed, and the results of the work alluded to by Kweli. On the album’s namesake track, Cudi is introspective while Kanye addresses the expectations and pressures that come with fame, as well as his attitude toward his competition and possibly the media. This is also not the first time Kanye has tried to tap into the youth and made reference to kids interacting with spirits, having noticeably rapped about this on Dark Fantasy
Kids See Ghosts" is a song by American hip hop duo Kids See Ghosts, composed of Kanye West and Kid Cudi, released as the sixth track off their eponymous debut album Kids See Ghosts (2018)
Kids See Ghosts is the eponymous debut studio album by American hip hop duo Kids See Ghosts, composed of Kanye West and Kid Cudi. Prior to the album, West and Cudi enjoyed a strong relationship as close friends and musical allies since meeting in 2008, and expressed a desire to record a collaborative album. However, the album never materialized, and the duo instead experienced a brief falling out in 2013, and again in 2016, before reuniting a year later, where the album's first studio sessions began
On Kids See Ghosts, the mess at least feels more purposeful, and the songs are the most intriguing ones to emerge from this Wyoming project thus far. Since 2013’s Yeezus, West has been testing the line between daringly raw and unfinished, but on Kids See Ghosts, he vigorously erases i. This is an album about brokenness-thoughts fragmented, relationships ended, societal ties cut. Reborn is the most unhurried and atmospheric music of this chaotic cycle, a long spacious breath of a drum track that opens onto one of West’s best verses in years.
The Artwork That Inspired Kid Cudi & Kanye West’s 'Kids See Ghosts' Album Cover: A 2001 painting by Takashi Murakami called 'Manji Fuji. Last night, Kanye West and Kid Cudi premiered their much-awaited Kids See Ghosts joint album in an exclusive listening party in Santa Clarita, California. The seven-track project features cover artwork by Takashi Murakami who collaborated with ‘Ye on his Graduation cover alongside creating the animation for his Good Morning music video.
While Kids See Ghosts feels more like a Cudi album than a Kanye one, it is a production showcase for both. The seven-song affair leaves you greedy for more when it’s over in a mere 23 minutes.
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