‘Ye teased the joint effort via Twitter on Tuesday, posting a video in which he is seen jamming out in front of a white board with seven tracks listed under “Kids.”
As you can see in the clip below, the song titles include "Feel the Love," "Ghost Town," "ReBorn," along with the title track; the latter of which is slightly different than what was previously teased. In the first tweet listed above, Kanye announced the collaborative project under the title Kids See Ghost (singular object), which is also the purported name of its accompanying short film. Takashi Murakami also used this name when he discussed creating the album's cover art; however, the newly released clip shows the title track as Kids See Ghosts (plural object), which is the same title that was featured on the cover's teaser.
It's still unclear if the project's official name is Kids See Ghost or Kids See Ghosts.
The video also revealed more details about the other upcoming G.O.O.D. Music projects: Other white boards show Kanye's solo album will include songs called "Extacy" and "Wouldn't Leave"; Teyana Taylor's will include tracks like "Hold On" and "3 Ways"; Nas' album opener appears to be called "Everything"; and Pusha T's project will feature titles such as "Sociopath," "Games We Play," and "Infared."
It looks like each of the forthcoming releases will span seven tracks, with the exception of Pusha's, which appears to list eight slots.