KID CUDI | WZRD - TELEPORT 2 ME, JAMIE (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Finally! Just about a year after the track was first released, Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius finally bring back their collaborative WZRD tune “Teleport 2 Me, Jamie” in the form of a visual. The clip was directed by Walter Robot. Check it out (above)!
What an exciting week in music! In the past week alone, all of our faves from Lana Del Rey to The Weeknd to Crystal Castles have released new material. Turn up your speakers and check it all out after the jump:
Run | The Knux ft. KiD CuDi
Making up for the delay of their album, The Knux brough us a brand new single, “Run,” that screams mindless summer fun in every way possible. From the pop-rock guitars to the driving beat, the track plays like a hip-hop version of blink-182. KiD CuDi continues his rock experimentation and joins the innovative duo for an upbeat number that conjures images of the beach, women, and good times. Check it out above
Perfect is the World | KiD CuDi
Via his Twitter tonight, KiD CuDi unveiled the first sample of the music he and longtime producer/friend Dot Da Genius have been working on. As you may know, the two have officially joined forces for CuDi’s next album, which will be of the rock n’ roll genre. It’s good to have you back Cudi! Check out the new jam above
Director: Jason Goldwatch
While weed-abstaining Kid Cudi is prepping his sold-out show at the Hollywood Palladium this coming Monday, get revved up by watching the rapper’s documentary, The Journey Of Mr. Rager. The 20-minute Jason Goldwatch directed doc was included with Cudder’s last release, Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, but now it has found its way online, as everything eventually does nowadays. Enjoy below!
Maniac | KiD CuDi ft. Cage
Kid Cudi’s next single off his highly anticipated second studio album “Man On The Moon II” has been released and it’s called Maniac. The song features Cage and has a really smooth feel to it, just like all of his other dope songs!
Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager drops November 9th. Cop it!