Kids See Ghosts sometimes.
Kids See Ghosts was a monumental partnership for many, uniting the artistic minds of Kanye West and Kid Cudi in an official capacity. As one of the five "Surgical Summer" projects, and an arguable highlight (despite fierce competition from Pusha T and Teyana Taylor), many wondered whether the partnership would continue beyond their eponymous debut. Now, it would appear that the pair has been, at the very least, rehearsing a live set. Over the weekend, Kids See Ghosts took to the stage for a headlining stint at Tyler, The Creator's "Camp Flog Gnaw," where they performed from the confines of an overhanging transparent box.
Opening with Kanye West's "Father Stretch My Hands Pt 1," the duo proceeded to run through their entire album, checking off a variety of live debuts. In addition to their self-titled, Kids See Ghosts performed "Welcome To Heartbreak," "Paranoid," "Pursuit Of Happiness," and Kanye West's Ye anthem "Ghost Town." Overall, fans walked away satisfied, and reports indicate that both Cudi and Ye were in great spirits throughout.
Peep some of the footage below. Hopefully, this Camp Flog Gnaw appearance marks the beginning of a greater touring endeavor.