Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is behind the newly unveiled album art for Kanye West and Kid Cudi's joint LP, Kids See Ghosts. Following an intro from a Marcus Garvey speech, "Freeee (Ghost Town Pt. 2)" hears Yeezy once again roping in Ty Dolla $ign for a feature.
The album closes on a track that is based on Kurt Cobain's "Burn the Rain", a downcast acoustic guitar riff released as part of the "Montage of Heck" documentary on the late Nirvana frontman. He also appeared on ye tracks "All Mine" and "Wouldn't Leave". He's not credited at all on "Cudi Montage" (Kid Cudi, Mike Dean, and Dot Da Genius) or "Reborn" (Evan Mast, Cudi, Dot, and Plain Pat). Music this year. This first was Pusha-T's Daytona, and then, of course, ye. Beyond that, revisit some of the highlights from the Kids See Ghosts listening party.
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Check out the Kids See Ghosts tracklist below.
Next up for West are albums he produced from Nas and Teyana Taylor on June 15 and 22 respectively. The graphic used primarily on the merch, which plays off the actual Kids See Ghosts album cover, shows an alternate color edition of Murakami's Ukiyo-e style woodblock print image. 4th Dimenson (feat. Louis Prima) 04.