In a surprising turn of events, Kid Cudi and Kanye West appeared to mend fences. Following Ye's recent livestream alongside Ty Dolla Sign, the duo was spotted engaging in conversation and even sharing a heartfelt embrace. This reconciliation comes ahead of the much-anticipated album, "Vultures," a collaboration between Kanye and Ty.
The reconciliation unfolded during YesJulz's live Instagram stream, providing fans with an intimate look at the afterparty blending seamlessly into a recording session. The event, held in Las Vegas, showcased a harmonious atmosphere between them.
An exciting moment during the event was the preview of a potentially new track titled "Gun to My Head," featuring Kid Cudi's vocals. However, the origin of these vocals remains uncertain, leaving fans intrigued about whether they are newly recorded or retrieved from a previous session.
Reflecting on their history, Kid Cudi clarified the timeline of their collaboration on "Rock N Roll" for Pusha T's acclaimed "It’s Almost Dry" album. In April 2022, Cudi declared this to be their "last song" together, emphasizing the shift in his relationship with Kanye.
Despite the public controversies, Kid Cudi and Kanye West remain intertwined in each other's artistic journeys. Both artists have been pivotal collaborators, with their histories revisited in the wake of the KSG release in 2018.
The Vultures event unveiled glimpses of what's to come, including the uncertain release of the long-awaited "New Body" featuring Nicki Minaj. As of early Friday, the joint project with Ty Dolla Sign was still in progress, leaving fans eager for updates on its streaming availability.
The reunion of Kid Cudi and Kanye West at the Vultures event marks a significant chapter in their complex relationship. As they navigate through past controversies, the shared musical history between these two artists continues to captivate fans, leaving an air of anticipation for what the future holds in their collaborative endeavors.