On 8 June 2018, Kanye West and Kid Cudi offered the world the Kids See Ghosts collaborative project, a sound journey designed to influence international music with its sounds.
And while the album just celebrated its first anniversary earlier this month, the two artists just surprised their fans.
After signing the artwork for the project, Japanese artist Murakami is said to have created an audiovisual work linked to Kids See Ghosts, in which we find the legendary Kanye bear (designed in 2007 by Muramaki for graduation) and Kid Cudi in the shape of a fox. The two rappers obviously lend their voices to these fictional characters, who seem to be unleashed in dreamlike and psychedelic adventures, just like the ghostly sounds of Kids See Ghosts.
Now, the question remains whether the cartoon will be a short film, a mini-series or a real movie. The West-Cudi-Murakami trio will surely have other nice surprises in store.
Waiting to discover all the details and what this magic has reserved for us on an album that still records almost three million monthly listenings, we just have to look at the trailer in order to deceive the wait.