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. With his highly anticipated project with Kid Cudi on the horizon, today we get a look at some of the merch from Kid Cudi and Kanye West's L.A. listening party.
Just like Wyoming, Kanye invited friends and industry icons to listen to the new record around a roaring bonfire in a desolate setting, blasted through mega speakers.
Debuted during a live-streamed listening session from L.A. - which enraged viewers when it crashed last night - the latest effort sees Kanye joined by the likes of Dot Da Genius, André 3000, Plain Pat, Mike Dean, Jheff Bhasker and more on production.
Before the event started, fans took to social media to voice their frustration with the livestream crashing.
Brazil legend labels Man United signing Fred a 'wonderful player'
A stunning free-kick in the first leg of that tie was a glimpse of what Fred's talented left foot can produce. However, FIFA extended the punishment to a worldwide ban in 2016 which ruled him out for four months.
The delays even went as far as the actual album release, which ended up being pushed back hours.
The record consists of seven songs - "Feel the Love, ' "Beautiful Madness, ' "4th Dimension, ' 'I Feel Free, ' 'Reborn, ' 'Kids See Ghosts" and 'Stay Strong". Last week, the 41-year-old dropped his own album ye, the follow-up to 2016's The Life of Pablo. That said, there has been some confusion regarding the tracklist, which turned out to be incorrect when the album was sent to Apple Music and other streaming services.
Cudi is West's protege and worked with him on many of his biggest songs.