Tonight's the night, squidbrains. The Kanye West x Kid Cudi collab album Kids See Ghosts, featuring cover art by Takashi Murakami, will be unveiled during a listening party somewhere in Los Angeles.

If you're not fortunate enough to live out here with us beautiful people, you can still feel like you're part of the proceedings thanks to the WAV app. Following last week's Ye stream from Wyoming, team G.O.O.D. is pulling off a similar universal experience with Kids See Ghosts:

The app is free, by the way.

Kids See Ghosts marks the third West-led G.O.O.D. release in as many weeks. Like Ye and Pusha-T's instant classic Daytona before it, Ghosts will keep things lean with a seven-track running time. Though this will likely change before the album hits streaming services, peep the most recent incarnation of the Ghosts tracklist below:

The latest G.O.O.D. entry is a long-awaited realized dream for Cudi and Ye fans. Though the two have collaborated extensively in the past, including on West's inventive 2008 Auto-Tune opus 808s & Heartbreak, Ghosts is their first full-length project together as a duo. The two went through a rocky few months back in 2016 before ultimately setting aside their differences. Most recently, West made a surprise appearance during Cudi's Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin' Tour in Chicago.