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

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

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

Kanye West and Kid Cudi's duo album Kids See Ghosts was debuted on a ye-style listening party livestream late Thursday night, though it's still unavailable on traditional streaming services as of about 10 a.m. Friday.

Just like with West's solo LP, ye, Kids See Ghosts was premiered during a listening party live-streamed on the WAV app (which didn't go so well), though this time from Los Angeles instead of Wyoming.

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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. Music artist, Pusha T, Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def), Ty Dolla $ign and Louis Prima. Keep it locked for more from Kanye West and Kid Cudi coming soon.

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The album takes West's eclectic lyrics and masterful production, utilization, and implementation of samples from far before his time and matches them with Cudi's soulful vocals and ability to manipulate his voice to nearly be an instrument of its own.

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". "I birthed you! We all dealing with that emo s**t all the time ..."

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