Kanye West and Kid Cudi's 'Kids See Ghost' Listening Event Will Be Live-Streamed

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Cudi took to Twitter to share a download link for the WAV media app, the same app Kanye used to preview his 'Ye' album listening event at a Wyoming ranch last week.

Kanye West's #ProjectWyoming listening event series will come to an end on Thursday night in Brooklyn, following Chicago and Miami listening parties on Wednesday, as West and Kid Cudi will be kicking off the official listening party for Kids See Ghosts in Los Angeles.

For those unable to attend the L.A. event, the duo are giving fans the opportunity to live-stream the listening party ahead of the album's official release at midnight.

Early Thursday morning, Cudi took to Twitter to share a download link for the WAV media app, the same app Kanye used to preview his Ye album listening event at a Wyoming ranch last week. The Kids See Ghosts live stream will begin at 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m ET.

West's album listening event in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was the talk of the town last week, as the star-studded event featured appearances from West's G.O.O.D Music tribe, hip-hop stars, Hollywood actors and comedians and more.

According to Pitchfork, those in attendance at West's #ProjectWyoming parties were treated to bonfires and DJ sets. New music from West and Cudi's upcoming album was not played, however. 

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.