Kid Cudi Reveals Artwork For ‘Kids See Ghosts”, Announces KSG Listening Party

On the eve (June 7) of the long-awaited collaborative album of Kid Cudi and Kanye West, music lovers impatiently wait for the release of the “album of the summer“.

Kids See Ghosts“, the third installment of the five-album series, exclusively produced by Kanye is scheduled to drop on June 8th at Midnight. On Wednesday (June 6) Kid Cudi unveiled the artwork for the album on his Twitter account with the caption, “KIDS SEE GHOSTS ARTWORK.

After Kanye teased two potential album covers, back in April, Cudi confirmed the cover was designed by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami. Murakami previously designed the cover for Kanye’s Graduation album.

However, it wouldn’t be a Kanye production without some Kanye-esque promoting. On Tuesday (June 5), Cudi’s manager Dennis Cummings announced plans of a “listening party in LA” for the album. “I’ll have more deets soooooooon ;-),” he teased.

Cudi confirmed the Listening party by tweeting a link to the WAV app, the same live stream application used during Kanye’s listening party in Wyoming on May 31.  In the next few weeks, G.O.O.D music will also drop albums from both Nas and Teyana Taylor. Kid Cudi’s last album was 2016’s solo record Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’. During an interview with Cudi and Kim Kardashian-West, Kim let the cat out of the bag that Kanye will soon start work on Cudi’s solo album.

The interview can be seen below.