Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s new album samples Kurt Cobain

Kid Cudi and Kanye West.   Getty Images

Kid Cudi and Kanye West. Getty Images

"Kids See Ghost is instantly a classic", wrote one listener on Twitter.

Kids See Ghosts is expected out on Friday and is to debut this week at a listening party in Los Angeles, according to a tweet from Kid Cudi's manager, Dennis Cummings.

While "Kids See Ghosts" is still yet to drop on any of the major streaming platforms, last night's listening party in LA gave many fans their first listen to the new album. For instance, Pusha-T appears on the opening track "Feel the Love". Most notably, it appears André 3000 worked alongside Boogz, Kanye, and Cudi on "Fire".

Kanye West and Kid Cudi to hold album-listening event

Fans quickly took note of the inconsistencies between the choruses and guest features on each track, and the that titles didn't match. The same track also samples Shirley Ann Lee's "Someday", which recently also made an appearance on ye track "Ghost Town". 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). "Guess what, babe? I'm free!" they each rap separately, West presumably about the furor over his controversial comments and Kid Cudi likely on his struggles with depression.

The listening party was held at a venue in Santa Clarita that was transformed into a ghost town from the Wild West. 4th Dimenson (feat. Louis Prima) 04. Yasiin Bey] 7. Cudi Montage [ft.

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