KIDS SEE GHOSTS: Burn the Rain, Burn the Pain

Watching the Throne: A Lyrical Analysis of Kanye West

By New School Critics

KIDS SEE GHOSTS: Burn the Rain, Burn the Pain

Saturday, 9 June

You know how Kanye set release dates for Pusha's album, for his solo album, for KIDS SEE GHOSTS, for Nas' album, and for Teyana's debut? Well, we said we'd put out a Kids See Ghosts episode on the day it released, and dammit, we're following through. After a marathon texting session this morning as we listened through the album on repeat, and after a lengthy discussion as we went track by track, Chris and Travis are ready to give an overview of the storyline occurring on KIDS SEE GHOSTS—an album that takes mental illness and suicide head on, and acknowledges that if you want to get better, you have to confront (and overcome) your past demons, your ghosts.

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