Kanye West And Kid Cudi’s ‘Kids See Ghosts’ Is Now Streaming

Sergio Cunningham
June 10, 2018

After Kids See Ghosts, Nas and Teyana Taylor are reportedly next in line to drop their Kanye West-produced albums. Music this year. This first was Pusha-T's Daytona, and then, of course, ye.

But last week, West's alum Ye didn't show up on streaming services until partway through Friday morning, and the same thing appears to be happening with Kids See Ghosts today. 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. If you're interested in hearing the album, it is available on Tidal (lol) and Google Play. Cudi has been featured in some way on every Kanye West album since 808s & Heartbreak.

Kids See Ghosts see the two on an upswing, exemplifying some of the best of production and lyricism from either artist.

The Virginia rapper appears on the album's fifth track, "Feel the Love", while Ty Dolla makes an appearance on the sequel to Ye's "Ghost Town" track, "Freeee (Ghost Town Pt. 2)".

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

Like Wyoming, Kanye threw a listening party in Los Angeles before releasing the collaborative project.

The album includes samples of jazz and Kurt Cobain's "Burn The Rain", from the Montage Of Heck posthumous compilation. Yasiin Bey] 7. Cudi Montage [ft.

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