How Did a Dead Artist End Up on ‘Kids See Ghosts’?

For the type of obsessive listeners who scour liner notes and credits, the new Kanye West and Kid Cudi album Kids See Ghosts provided a treasure trove of information. But in between the nod to the insane amount of jobs Mike Dean had and the involvement of a guy who was DJing weddings less than two years ago, there was an interesting tidbit.

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39 thoughts on “How Did a Dead Artist End Up on ‘Kids See Ghosts’?

  1. Well, it's complicated. You see, when you die, any recordings of you still exist. So people can still take those recordings and add them to new works. That's why dead artists have still been in music and movies.

  2. pusha said in an interview that him and ye sat down and just listened to a bunch of old records and wrote down which ones were tight. maybe this was one of those bits

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