This tune really reminds me of the Kid Cudi mixtape days, and it has that care-free, yet dark and dreary undertones to it – it really expresses his desire to reach at a higher place. This track is produced by himself – and it’s featuring King Chip. Read more
Wonderland currently in stores, Steve Aoki drops off the visuals for “Cudi the Kid” with an assist from Cudi himself as well as Travis Barker. The dubstep-inspired track is reinterpreted through the eyes of each artist as young children — taking the viewer on a surreal trip back in time. Read more
With the release of WZRD, the collaborative album between Dot da Genius and Kid Cudi, just around the corner, producer Dot Da Genius decided to released a track that he and Cudi did back in 2008. I think this should hold most of us over till next week when WZRD drops next Tuesday. Stream below and let us know what you think.
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Sorry, Cudi fans, it's not happening. According to Kid Cudi's tumblr, he has pulled the plug on "The Man Named Scott project. Check out the rest of the story after the jump.
Here's the post that was posted on Cudi's tumblr:
A Kid Named Scott is scrapped everyone, I know its a bummer but ive just been too busy with this new album and thats where all my energy and focus is right now. I gotta work on what moves me creatively. After this im going straight to work on MOTM3 so dont trip. You’ll definately have the WIZARD album this year so no worries. Trust im working extra hard to make this shit as amazing as possible and get yall some new jams. Again, sorry for the late notice. I know youll understand, I hope you understand ha
well Mr. Mescudi this is a big bummer seeing as millions of kids like me now are disappointed drop comments below and speak about how you feel on this.
Buzzworthy Blog unleashes a big surprise as it premieres the official video to Kid Cudi’s new song “No One Believes Me”, which was produced by frequent collaborator Dot Da Genius. The tune will also be featured in the upcoming remake of the 1985 horror-comedy film Fright Night, but until now the song had been under wraps. Not only did Cudi release that song today, he also let loose the Craig Gillespie-directed music video for it. Watch above as Cudi walks through a creepy neighborhood where things just don’t seem to be right, and then unveils just who he really is.
Seems like when it comes down to being Americas next favorite stoner the Legends of Mr. Rager might become a long boring myth, move over Kid Cudi and welcome Wiz Khalifa, the 23-year-old Pittsburgh native who scorched every music chart he touched this past winter with his single “Black and Yellow” as it dominated radio waves and became the Steelers’ fight song during their run to the Super Bowl to bad they lost.Unknown to many new Khalifa fans this will be his third album,yes he has released other albums before he just wasn't as big and famous as he is now,. Ehh was the album what i expected it to be? yes it was the only exception for me would have to be "Black and Yellow" besides that the whole album is a celebration of his new fame, money, and simply having a good time. Now if your a big time Wiz fan you know the good times usually involves sitting down in the cut rolling dubbies up, as the album’s title "Rolling Papers" would indicate, so if your not into the stoning habits like millions of Americans are I wouldn't suggest this album and no it's not as deep and heart felt as Kid Cudi's "Man on the Moon". The album is very relate able though when it comes to a down to earth type of message. I wont discredit the man he does tackle other topics like break-ups and outside pressures with a big brother to younger sibling approach; but he does boast about the fame glamor and women. On the track “On My Level” which features Oakley, California rap legend Too Short, Wiz pretty much talks about hows hes on this new level or higher plain of being since becoming a star so he does go through the Diddy-Ego eccentric phase on the album, but I don't blame I know I also would boast about my hard earned accomplishments. Wiz is living a life many up and coming rappers hope to obtain one day in there careers. Rolling Papers is a chilled out, laid-back home run. The only big f up is “Top Floor,” man that producer needs to get fired like ASAP beat had like way to much going on it was just a giant big mess but besides that I like the album now is it worth buying? its good but not that good I'd wait till someone offers to buy for me but hey thats just my personal opinion I still like the dude at the end of the day.