Lorde Accuses Kanye West & Kid Cudi Of Stealing Stage Design

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Lorde has accused Kanye West and Kid Cudi of stealing stage design from her Melodrama world tour. Last night, West and Cudi debuted their Kids See Ghosts live show at Camp Flog Gnaw, and a big part of the production was a giant floating box that they performed from on stage. During Lorde’s … More »

Watch Kids See Ghosts Play Their First Show At Camp Flog Gnaw

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Kanye-West-and-Kid-CudiThis past weekend, Tyler, The Creator brought his annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival to LA’s Dodger Stadium. This time around, the festival’s big news was the debut performance of Kids See Ghosts. Kanye West and Kid Cudi formed the duo earlier this year and released a seven-song debut album, and they … More »

Kanye West & Kid Cudi Perform “Ghost Town” At Surprise Show

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Kanye-West-and-Kid-CudiEarlier this year, old collaborators Kanye West and Kid Cudi formed a new group, a duo called Kids See Ghosts, and they released their self-titled debut. And earlier this week, we learned the details on Kids See Ghosts’ first-ever advertised live show. West and Cudi have shared plenty of stages over the years, … More »

Kanye and Kid Cudi’s KIDS SEE GHOSTS to perform live for the first time at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw

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Kanye and Kid Cudi’s KIDS SEE GHOSTS to perform live for the first time at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog GnawKanye West Kids See Ghosts Album

KIDS SEE GHOSTS, the hip-hop super duo made up of Kanye West and Kid Cudi, are performing under the moniker for the first time at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival located at Dodger Stadium in Los Angelas, California. The festival, hosted by Tyler, the Creator will take place later this year, grabbing a new weekend on November 10-11. The Kanye and Cudi-topped lineup has landed in full, revealing a stacked roster of talent for this year’s installment.

Acts on the docket include Flatbush Zombies, Billie Eilish, Playboi Carti, Virgil Abloh, PUSHA‑T, Post Malone, Ms. Lauryn Hill, SZAA$AP Rocky, The Internet, BROCKHAMPTON, Kali Uchis, Jaden Smith, Earl Sweatshirt, and more. Tickets go on sale Friday August 17. This marks the seventh edition of Camp Flog Gnaw. Kid Cudi headlined the festival last year along with Lana Del Rey, Justice, 2 Chainz, A$AP Rocky, Solange, Migos, Mac Miller, Lil Yachty, Kehlani, and of course the Odd Future boss himself.

Our Attempt To Edit Kanye’s Wyoming Albums Into Cruel Summer 2

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Kanye-West-Lil-Kim-Teyana-Taylor-ReleaseFridays may be a little less frenzied now. With the release of Teyana Taylor’s new K.T.S.E. last week, a wild monthlong parade of albums produced by Kanye West has concluded at last. Taylor’s project marked the fifth and theoretically final LP out of Kanye’s orbit in as many weeks. More »

Let’s Pause To Appreciate This Moment In Ty Dolla $ign History

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Ty Dolla $ignTy Dolla $ign gets around. The R&B lothario releases quite a bit of his own music — 11 full-lengths and two EPs since 2011, plus a joint project with Jeremih called MihTy dropping later this month — but the collaborative section of his discography sprawls as endlessly as his native LA. At the end of … More »

Louis Prima Sets Record For Longest Break Between Hot 100 Hits

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Louis PrimaNearly 40 years after his passing, Louis Prima makes history on the Billboard Hot 100. More »

Lido unveils stunning reimagining of Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s ‘Kids See Ghosts’

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Throughout his career, Lido has proven himself to be among the most forward-thinking producers around. From his heartfelt debut album, Everything, to his high-energy, career-boosting Soundcloud singles, his unique blend of soul, electronic production, and songwriting prowess has kept everyone intently waiting for his next release. For his latest project, the Norwegian producer has unveiled a seven-minute reimagining of Kanye West and Kid Cudi‘s critically acclaimed album, Kids See Ghosts.

Titled kidsloveghosts, the project is not Lido’s first attempt at creating something from a Kanye West album. In 2016, the artist released The Life of Peder, a similarly eclectic interpretation on West’s The Life of Pablo. Lido once again proves his masterful ear for production and remixing, seamlessly weaving the seven-track project into a comprehensive electronic composition. The piece jumps between stunningly vibrant low-end punches and acoustic, soulful ballads, assisted by Lido’s multi-instrumental talents. Available for free on his website, this is a must hear for Lido, Kid Cudi, and Kanye West fans around the world.

Tyler, the Creator freestyles over Kanye and Kid Cudi’s ‘Kids See Ghosts’ on new ‘CRUST IN THEIR EYES’

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Tyler, the Creator‘s on a roll, having been sharing outtakes for the better part of the last year from his Flower Boy recording sesh, and sprees that have followed since, left and right, pretty much since his critically acclaimed album dropped. His latest is in coincidence with a month of G.O.O.D Music Fridays, as he’s shared a new version of Kanye West and Kid Cudi‘s recent Kids See Ghost album title track, dubbing the new version “CRUST IN THEIR EYES.”

Tyler took to Twitter to share how the track from his friend and colleague, Ye, came to be before sharing, revealing he made it in just one hour:

With the same passionate and self-aware MO that listeners have come to associate with the rapper over the last few years, the former Odd Future proponent comes through as characteristically clever and collected on his “CRUST IN THEIR EYES,” remix, doing his peers’ work considerable justice — with less than an hour of his creative attention.


Premature Evaluation: Kanye West & Kid Cudi Kids See Ghosts

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Kanye-West-and-Kid-Cudi-Kids-See-GhostsThere is nothing surgical about this summer. We’re only a week and a half out from Memorial Day, but the news, from every corner of the culture, is messy, disorienting, unstable. The President of the United States throws reckless words at Canada. A Star Wars movie comes out and lands with a splat. In the … More »