Here's How to Stream Kid Cudi and Kanye West's 'KIDS SEE GHOSTS'
Kanye West and Kid Cudi are livestreaming their new album, 'KIDS SEE GHOST' tonight at 8 PST.
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming was the coolest place in America last week thanks to Kanye West. All eyes were on Diamond Cross Ranch and even if you weren't apart of the hundreds of tastemakers he flew there, you could still be a part of the experience from his livestream. Tomorrow, he and Kid Cudi will release their collaborative album, KIDS SEE GHOSTS, and they're streaming it live again, this time from Los Angeles. You're just going to have to download the WAV app again to tune in. (Let's be honest, you probably deleted it once Ye dropped.)
Downloading the app is a hassle, but who doesn't want to be a fly on the wall in that room? It's the first time we'll see Cudi and Kanye on a complete collaborative project since their very public rift in 2016. Anything could happen.
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