Kanye & Kid Cudi to Stream 'Kids See Ghost' Album Release Party


While the launch party takes place tonight (June 7) in Los Angeles, CA, Kanye West and Kid Cudi are ensuring that those not attendance won't get FOMO (fear of missing out).

Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is behind the newly unveiled album art for Kanye West and Kid Cudi's joint LP, Kids See Ghosts.

ET reports that guests did not know where the party even on the day it was happening.

The listening session was delayed by almost three hours after a technical problem with the WAV application, though it came through around 10:45 p.m.

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Fans, including West and Cudi, sat around a bonfire listening to the album.

Despite small missteps during the event, West appeared excited to play the long-delayed collaboration, and Cudi seemed equally giddy. For instance, Pusha-T appears on the opening track "Feel the Love". The opening song, for instance, "4th Dimension", has a guest verse from Pusha-T and a chorus of "Feel the Love", which in turn is the name of the fifth track.

Cudi is West's protege and worked with him on many of his biggest songs. "I birthed you! We all dealing with that emo s**t all the time ..." Clearly, the mention of his beliefs on slavery, politics, mental health, and other aspects are given controversial subjects now, but also the choice to do such a short project, the eclectic feature list, and just the overall meaning of Ye have been constant discussion points since its release. Then it was pushed back multiple more times.

Shortly after the Twitter feud, Cudi checked himself into rehab after candidly admitting his struggles with depression and suicidal urges.