Kid Cudi - King Wizard
Cudi always comin through.
It’s much appreciated!
Cudder spits a new joint.
Pretty, pretty, pretty dope.
Lego Took This.
well, this is the most epic picture ever.
The girl in the leopard print is Ellen DeGeneres.
Shia LeBeouf mockuments Cudi and Cage killing serially.
An even darker take on Vincent Lanoo’s, Vampires.
The actual song Maniac off Cudi’s Man on the Moon II is nowhere throughout this short film by the same name.
But the score is definitely fitting. Especially when gun-toting Cudi nonchalantly shoots up a pharmacy (4:20).
Listen to the album version of Maniac below that samples St. Vincent’s, The Strangers.
The amazingly strange and talented Annie Clark of St. Vincent actually performed Maniac live with Cudi and Cage on Fallon on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Check the video HERE. Also, bald Zach Galifinakis (Sheila) has a cameo.
Kid Cudi - Mr. Rager
Directed by Surface To Air founder Jérémie Rozan.
It smelled like Fall tonight again.
I just drove through a fog filled valley along the Hudson River blasting this song with the windows down as the cool air made this summer night feel mischievous in the way only Autumn nights can.
Autumn in August?
No One Believes Me is the latest effort by Kid Cudi and I don’t believe I properly introduced this song a few days ago.
I posted the vampyre-music-video for this the other day and knew I was going to have to say more soon because I really am into this one.
This is a dope Cudi song with his new guitar driven sound that deserves attention.
Cudder has definitely taken his sound in a new direction and I dig it. I love A Kid Named Cudi and Man on the Moon both 1 and 2 but it’s good to see him evolve into this new even darker, rock influenced hip hop.
No One Believes Me is part of the Fright Night soundtrack. I think it’ll also be a part of Cudi’s new project, 2 Be Continuum, formerly known as Wizard.
The two songs I’ve heard so far, No One Believes Me and Perfect is the World are both overall simple and repetitive beats yet at the same time are heavily layered and stripped as the songs progress, which gives them an enormous amount of texture and depth.
That’s when you know it’s a good song.
I am stoked to hear more of this new Cudi.
Day n Night kind of day. I would’ve put up Memories but I don’t remember last night yet.