Kid Cudi takes to the net to serve up a new infectious single titled, “Satellite Flight,” which is the first single from his upcoming project, Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon EP. The former G.O.O.D. Music artist takes listeners to space with his familiar intergalltic lingo and this time the crooner is seduing the ladies to check out his satellite. Take a listen to the latest offering from the moon man.
Currently living life out on the road as he continues to tour, Kid Cudi made a recent stop in Houston and the former G.O.O.D. Music artist was not amused when a fan decided to take it upon himself and jump on stage in the hopes of a playful interaction with the moon man. Take a look as Cudder, decked out in his space man suit, performs his infectious jam “Cudi Zone” live for fans when an unnamed man crashes the stage and starts to make his way towards Cudi. Stopping in the middle of his set, Kid Cudi decided to take matters into his own hands and pushed the concert-goer off the side of the stage. The Cleveland bred artist has always been known to have little tolerance when it comes to fans that attempt to interrupt his live performances in anyway.
While currently living life out on the road and performing at different venues across the country, the moon decides to announce to crowd-goers that he will be releasing an EP prior to them getting their hands on Man On The Moon 3. As Cudder continued, he reassured fans that he was going to stick his original formula that spring boarded his career early on by strictly collaborating with long-time friends King Chip and D. Dot Da Genius. Another interesting thing Kid Cud mentioned was that Man On The Moon 3 will not be releasing until 2015.
KiD CuDi turns up the energy at Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino with “Marijuana” and “Memories.” Take a look as Cudder puts it down for the fans at San Manuel Amphitheater and gets the party going with his upbeat performance.
KiD CuDi keeps the momentum going with his energy packed performance at Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino at San Manuel Amphitheater. Watch as the moon man goes to work and closes out the first day of the music festival with the fan favorite “Cudi Zone.”
Kid Cudi puts it down at Rock The Bells 2013 live from San Bernardino’s San Manuel Amphitheater. The former G.O.O.D. Music signee made sure to deliver a memorable performance. Check out Cudder get busy on the microphone for “Mr. Rager” off his Man On The Moon II album.
KiD CuDi surprises fans at Rock The Bells 2013 by bringing out rap artist and friend King Chip for a special surprise performance of “Just What I Am.” The smooth track is featured on CuDi’s most recent album Indicud. Watch how it all went down in the footage below.