Following the release of his Ye solo album, Kanye West is gearing up for his next project, a collaborative effort with Kid Cudi titled Kids See Ghosts. Ahead of the album's June 8 release, Tokyo-based artist Takashi Murakami has revealed the project's artwork.

Murakami shared the photo on his Instagram on Wednesday (June 6), writing "Kids See Ghost" and tagging Kid Cudi. The album's cover features one human-like figure standing in a tree and another figure standing atop a white monster-like creature. The artwork is similar to a photo Kanye shared in April that features the same creature.

While an official tracklist for the upcoming album has yet to be confirmed, Yeezy did reveal a potential seven-song tracklist earlier this month. The list of songs was written on a white board next to the Ye tracklist and features song titles such as "Feel the Love," "Kids See Ghosts," "4th Dimension" and "Cudi Montange," but leaves out a title for the project's fourth song.

Kanye and Cudi will look to match the success of the last two G.O.O.D. Music releases—Daytona and Ye—which have found success on the Billboard Hot 100 and streaming music charts. Pusha currently has four songs on the Hot 100 chart, while Ye has dominated Spotify and Apple Music, earning over 100 million streams worldwide in just three days.

Check out the Kids See Ghosts album cover below.

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