Cudder gets trippy on us in his latest video for his single “What I Am”. King Chip, formerly Chip Tha Ripper, teams up for a Cleveland banger. Gotta love that golden frame.
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WZRD, the collaborative project by Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius released its first single off their upcoming album, a song called “Brake”. Cudder brings a trippy feel to this single. Frankly, I’m not too high on the new project. Nothing from Cudder on the rock side has impressed me. This song is just mediocre in my opinion.
Click here to download “Brake” (right-click, save as).
Click here to download “To Da Top” (right-click, save as).
Heard this was crazy. Directed by Shia Labeouf.
Kid Cudi teamed up with producer Emile for his latest track, “Bigger Than You” which is a song that reminds me of Cudi’s old days. I couldn’t be any happier with the release of this song and I only hope that Cudder continues to release songs like this.
Click here to download “Bigger Than You” (right-click, save as).
Kanye West just tweeted from his seldom used Twitter account that his label G.O.O.D. Music will be releasing an album come Spring 2012. What can be better than an album full of Kanye, Common, Big Sean bars with the addition of some Kid Cudi hooks? Not much. Hopefully Yeezy isn’t just teasing us, because an album like this will be EPIC.
Like his fellow label mate Kanye West, Cudder usually puts a lot of work and creativity into his music videos. This time, Cudi brings us a nearly seven minute short for “Mr Rager” off of his album, Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. The video is directed by Jeremie Rozan.
[UPDATE]: After watching the video entirely, something immediately struck me upon the point of the fight scene. If you have seen the Korean film Oldboy (a great film, by the way), you’ll know what I’m talking about instantly. Compare the video above to what I post below and let me know what you think.
Off of his upcoming rock album, Get it together Cudder.
Although “Marijuana” wasn’t one of my absolute favorites off of Man on the Moon 2: The Legend of Mr. Rager, I still dug the song and was interested to see what plans Cudi had for the video. First off, the video is actor Shia Labeouf’s music video directorial debut. I think he did a pretty good job with this one. I really dig the grainy film he used to showcase Cudi having some fun in Amsterdam doing what he does best (next to making music), smoking weed. Let us know what you think down below.