Kid Cudi unveils album cover for “Kids See Ghosts” with Kanye West
After breaking an extended Twitter silence, last month Kanye West began tweeting about a slew of releases he was working on for his G.O.O.D. Music family, most notably his own album Ye and Pusha-T’s DAYTONA. Furthermore, he announced that an album by himself and Kid Cudi was set to be released on June 8.
This album is titled “Kids See Ghosts”, which is also the name of his collaborative project with Kid Cudi. On Tuesday (June 5) Kid Cudi shared the official album art, created by Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami.
Murakami, who is the duo’s frequent collaborator, is probably best known for his work on Kanye’s Graduation album.
The cover features some Japanese writing down the left hand side, while a couple white ghosts float in front of a colorful mountain & tree backdrop.
Here’s “Kids See Ghosts” album cover:
KIDS SEE GHOSTS ALBUM ART pic.twitter.com/MVt5vIzlA1
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) 6 giugno 2018