Kanye West Reveals New Rap Project And Two New Albums

Tonya Becker
April 20, 2018

Moments after tweeting the above, Kanye revealed a second album with Kid Cudi will drop on June 8, the rapper's' 41st birthday, which will be titled Kids See Ghost, which he said was the name of their act.

Kanye West has teased a new album and a collaboration with Kid Cudi, both to be released in June. "It's called Kids See Ghost", he elaborated.

West, 40, confirmed the whispers in his trademark off-the-cuff fashion, posting on Twitter, "my album is 7 songs", followed two minutes later by a date: June 1.

The fact that Kanye and Cudi have a project together won't be a major surprise to any eagle-eyed fans. For Pusha, King Push will serve as his first studio album since his 2015 release King Push: Darkest Before Dawn, which featured rap heavyweights Kanye West, A$AP Rocky and more. Rumors began circulating past year about the duo working together after being seen at Studio in L.A. together. Furthermore, during a vacation with his wife, Kim Kardashian West, in March in Jackson, Wyoming, the couple was reportedly visited by a number of Kanye's past collaborators, including Kid Cudi, Nas, Travis Scott, King Louie, The-Dream, and producer Mike Dean. Charlamagne Tha God's the only person we know of who's heard it.

West's last album The Life of Pablo was released in 2016, featuring guest appearances from Rihanna, Chris Brown and Frank Ocean.

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