Close button
The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter WhatsApp
Everything you need to live well

Kanye West And Kid Cudi Reveal Murakami-Designed ‘Kids See Ghosts’ Cover Art

Shortly after the releases of Pusha-T’s DAYTONA and Kanye West’s ye, G.O.O.D. Music season continues.

Kid Cudi and Kanye West recently revealed the cover art for their upcoming joint project. This comes not too long after learning of a Los Angeles listening party for Kids See Ghosts.

Kid Cudi, Murakami and Kanye West. Photo: 7render’s pick


The collaborative project Kids See Ghosts drops this Friday, June 8. There have only been a few details about the forthcoming album. We know a little about the tracklist-in-progress and the listening party set to be held in LA this Friday. However, the album artwork has been revealed. We also know that it will be released with a short film by Dexter Navy.

Kid Cudi took to Twitter last night to share the cover, designed by Takashi Murakami.

Teased a few months back, the cover is designed by iconic Japanese artist Takashi Murakami and offers a look into the tone of the album.

Recalling the colour palette he used on Kanye’s Graduation album, Murakami referenced Japanese folklore and traditional ukiyo-e woodblock printing with his signature Superflat character styling.

Take a look at the Takashi Murakami-designed album cover.

Kid Cudi and Kanye West Reveal Murakami-Designed ‘Kids See Ghosts’ cover art. Photo: Twitter

Kanye West previously shared two mockups of Murakami drawings, one of which featured animé versions of himself and Kid Cudi.

Receive News Alerts on Whatsapp: +2348136370421