Ghost Trackers - Netflix
Joe Macleod hosts "Ghost Trackers" a children's reality show currently shown on Discovery Kids Canada, YTV & HBO Family. Contestants search for ghosts and strange phenomena in supposedly haunted places and get points for their good tracking. In the end only one tracker will become the ultimate Ghost Tracker. Macleod, says he may have been a bit of a skeptic at one time, but now he believes in the supernatural. "None of the trackers know the sites we send them into," he says. "There have been many instances where the kids explain seeing something that has been seen before by a number of witnesses. It happens a lot."
Ghost Trackers is a live-action reality show where kids compete to become the ultimate ghost master by investigating paranormal activity in a variety of haunted venues. Contestants are judged by a group of their peers on their skill, teamwork and competence.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Ghost Trackers - Kids See Ghosts (album) - Netflix
Kids See Ghosts (stylized in all caps) is the eponymous debut studio album by American hip hop duo Kids See Ghosts, composed of Kanye West and Kid Cudi. It was released on June 8, 2018, by GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings. Prior to the album, West and Cudi enjoyed a strong relationship as close friends and musical allies since meeting in 2008, and expressed a desire to record a collaborative album. However, the album never materialized, and the duo instead experienced a brief falling out in 2013, and again in 2016, before reuniting a year later, where the album's first studio sessions began. Kids See Ghosts incorporates several influences that has come to define the duo's sound, including psychedelic and progressive rock influences, unique samples, and dramatic melodies. It features a mixture of braggadocio and emotional lyrics, exploring themes of fame, mental health, perseverance, and redemption. The album also highlights other topics, such as West's outspoken political views and Cudi's professional relevance, as well as touching on prison reform and gang culture. The album features guest contributions from Pusha T, Yasiin Bey and Ty Dolla Sign, as well as a vocal sample of Louis Prima, who is credited posthumously as a featured artist. The album features prominent production from both members of the duo, with further contributions by Dot da Genius, Mike Dean, Evan Mast, Plain Pat, BoogzDaBeast, Benny Blanco, Jeff Bhasker, Justin Vernon, Noah Goldstein, Andrew Dawson, Cashmere Cat and André 3000, among others. The cover art and interior artwork were designed by Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami, who had been behind the album artwork for West's third studio album Graduation. Kids See Ghosts was the third of five seven-track albums produced by West in Jackson Hole as a part of the “Wyoming Sessions”, each being released weekly in the summer of 2018. The album succeeded the release of Pusha T's Daytona and West's Ye, and preceded the release of Nas' Nasir and Teyana Taylor's K.T.S.E. The album was released to widespread critical acclaim, and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, moving 142,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.
Ghost Trackers - Release and promotion - Netflix
In late 2017, it was rumoured that West and Cudi were working on a collaborative album, reportedly titled Everybody Wins. On April 19, 2018, West announced via Twitter that a collaborative album with Cudi was set to be released in June. He followed the tweet revealing the album's title, which also serves as the name of the duo, Kids See Ghosts. On April 25, West revealed the album would be accompanied by a short film, directed by Dexter Navy, who is notable for his collaborations with The Neighbourhood and ASAP Rocky. On June 5, Cudi's manager Dennis Cummings announced a listening party for the album in Los Angeles, which was to be conducted a day prior to release. The live stream debut of the album was set to take place through the WAV app at 11pm EST, but after a series of unexplained delays and much fan frustration, the live stream did not start until 1:50 AM EST on June 8. The digital release of the album also faced technical difficulties, with six songs on the album initially being incorrectly titled and ordered on streaming services. It was eventually corrected a few hours later.
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