"Kid Cudi, don't ever mention 'Ye name", West said during a performance.More news: Justin Trudeau: We won't be pushed around by Trump
The rapper also commissioned famed Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, whom he worked with early in his career on the album art and animation for Graduation, to design the exact same for Kids See Ghosts.More news: Redmond O'Neal, son of Farrah Fawcett, charged with attempted murder
Kids See Ghosts is the latest in a slew of new releases from West's G.O.O.D. And that's not even including the guests featured on the actual recording.
Fans quickly took note of the inconsistencies between the choruses and guest features on each track, and the that titles didn't match. The project contains a few inspired samples, like jazz singer Louis Prima on "Cudi Montage" giving the track classic Ye vibes, and a Marcus Garvey speech on the intro for "Freeee (Ghost Town Pt. 2)". Further design specs include a "Kids See Ghosts" spraypainted motif going down the sleeve and the listening event details etched on the upper chest area.More news: Donald Trump Withdraws Endorsement Of G7 Joint Statement
On Thursday evening, the duo premiered the album during an exclusive listening party in the hills of Santa Clarita, Calif., which was attended by Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, Courtney Love, Kris Jenner, Lil Dicky, Desiigner, and more. That would lead us to believe that "Reborn" is actually "Cudi Montage".
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