Last week, he released his own album ‘Ye’, debuting the record at an exclusive listening party in Wyoming.
Kanye West and Kid Cudi have debuted their joint album ‘Kids See Ghosts’ at an intimate listening party in Los Angeles.
Although the record is yet to drop on streaming services, fans have been able to access the event by tuning into an official broadcast on the WAV app.
According to Pitchfork, the record is an eclectic effort that sees Kanye riffing on The Handsmaids Tale, while another early track offers an appearance from Pusha T.
Check out footage from the event below.
The joint album marks the latest venture in a hugely busy few weeks ago for Kanye.
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— Def Jam Recordings (@DefJamRecords) June 8, 2018
He also produced Pusha-T’s ‘Daytona’ which was released last month.
After last week’s ‘Ye’ listening event in Wyoming, West has also begun a series of Project Wyoming events in locations across the US.
The first two took place outside Chicago and Miami on Wednesday, with another due to happen in Brooklyn on Thursday.
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.”