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Kanye West, Kid Cudi Hold Listening Party For ‘Kids See Ghosts’

Kanye West & Kid Cudi- Kids See Ghosts
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Adrian Cunningham | 10 June, 2018, 11:10

"Kids See Ghosts" was debuted by the two rappers at a big listening party event Thursday night in Los Angeles, Rolling Stone reported. If you're interested in hearing the album, it is available on Tidal (lol) and Google Play.

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.

"Freeee (Ghost Town Part 2)" opens with an inspirational quote from the early 20th-century pan-Africanist Marcus Garvey before the rap duo respectively say that they have found peace.

Meanwhile, Cudi also unveiled the cover art to Kids See Ghost, which was designed by Takashi Murakami. And that's not even including the guests featured on the actual recording.

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After collecting the recordings, the team were able to determine the "names" or individual vocal label of each male. Convergent vocal accommodation is used to signal social proximity to a partner or social group in many species.

The album includes samples of jazz and Kurt Cobain's "Burn The Rain", from the Montage Of Heck posthumous compilation. Kid Cudi returned the favor and appeared on West's album 808's & Heartbreak as well as his recent track "Ghost Town" from ye.

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

Prima can he heard, however, on the track labeled "Cudi Montage", which has West rapping the line "I might need a intervention for this new dimension".

Listen to Kids See Ghosts on all streaming platforms and check out the tracklist, in sequenced order, below.