‘Murakami vibes,’ the rapper writes along with a hand-drawn image of West and Cudi, hinting at the Japanese inspiration of the album.
Kanye West is drawing inspiration from Japanese artwork for the cover for his upcoming album with Kid Cudi. The rapper shared hand-drawn images on Twitter, revealing a possible new influence on his music.
Posting an illustration titled “Kids See Ghosts”, the same name as their project, the images show hand-drawn versions of West and Cudi, as well as the duo’s album name written in Japanese.
“Murakami vibes,” the hip-hop star wrote beside the drawing, referencing Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who designed the cover of Kanye’s 2007 album “Graduation”.
“Kids See Ghosts” isn’t the only new music Kanye is gearing up to release in June – a week before the collaborative disc drops, he will also unveil a seven-song solo studio project.
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