Kanye West and Kid Cudi are live-streaming their ‘Kids See Ghosts’ listening party tonight

Your first chance to hear the pair's new collaborative record

Kanye West and Kid Cudi have confirmed they will live stream their ‘Kids See Ghosts’ listening party tonight (June 7).

West announced the collaborative record last month when he shared details of a raft of upcoming albums from the GOOD Music stable on Twitter.

The two rappers have already announced a listening party for the album will take place in Los Angeles tonight and now, much like with West’s ‘Ye’ listening event, fans will be able to tune in from around the world. To listen, download the WAV Media app. The stream is scheduled to begin at 8pm PST (4AM BST).


After last week’s ‘Ye’ listening event in Wyoming, West has begun a series of Project Wyoming events in locations across the US. The first two took place outside Chicago and Miami last night (June 6), with another due to happen in Brooklyn tonight.

West was not present at either party, where fans were treated to DJ sets around a bonfire and given the opportunity to buy exclusive merchandise. Rumours that the events would include premieres of new music, however, proved to be unfounded.

The rapper released his latest album ‘Ye’ last week (June 1). In a three-star review, NME wrote: “Nobody can deny this mini album flirts with brilliance, and feels like a pop cultural moment straight out the gate; we just wish there was a little more to it.”


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