Kanye West has confirmed that he will release two new albums in June, one solo project and the other, a collaborative record with Kid Cudi.

The ‘Stronger’ rapper on Thursday tweeted “My album is 7 songs,” and the date “June 1st.”

He added: “Me and Cudi album June 8th” and “it’s called Kids See Ghost. That’s the name of our group.”

Kanye West and Kid Cudi have a history working together. Cudi’s first two records, Man on the Moon I and II, featured West and were released on the Chicago native’s G.O.O.D. Music label.

Cudi has also contributed to every Kanye West album since 808s & Heartbreak.

Kanye and Cudi last teamed up on The Life of Pablo track Father Stretch My Hands Pt 2.

The tweeted announcement comes in the wake of speculation over the new project of the father of three, especially after he reportedly went into seclusion on a mountaintop in Wyoming, purportedly to work on a record.

After the album announcement, the rapper continued writing his real time book with a few more tweets — about character and authenticity.



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