KiD CuDi surprises the fans at San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino by bringing out rapper and friend King Chip to perform “Brothers.” The track is featured on Cudi’s latest album Indicud. Take a look at how it all went down.
Cleveland native King Chip finally drops his anticipated mixtape titled 44108. The 19-track project boasts features from the likes of Travi$ Scott, Scarface, Kid Cudi, Pusha T, Fat Trel, GLC and Chevy Woods. Fans can also look forward to hearing production from Cardo, Lex Luger, WZRD, Big Duke, and Trakksounds. CLICK HERE to download King Chip’s latest offering with and be sure to take a look at the official track list below.
Kid Cudi partners up with Beck’s beer to design a custom label for the beverage company’s annual artist campaign. Cudi is one of six artists chosen to participate and has been vocal about his eagerness to align himself with the brand and create something different. In fact, Cudi’s unique design is inspired by his Man On The Moon album series and is set to be featured on 13.2 million bottles in the United States.
KiD CuDi gives up a new WZRD produced track called “Going To The Ceremony”. The track showcases CuDi at his best over his unique experimental rock infused sound that fans have become accustom to as of late. The former G.O.O.D. Music artist delivers his signature crooning style and drops verses filled with emotion. Take a listen to Mr. Rager’s latest effort below via the audio stream.
In part 2 of Kid Cudi’s sit down interview with the L.A. Leakers DJ sourMILK and Justin Credible, Cudi talks on why he was only featured on one record in Cruel Summer, and his reason for leaving G.O.O.D Music.
Collective State TV x ItsTheDaily.com brings you Big Sean’s first ever live performance of his new track “Switch Up”. Some claim the G.O.O.D. Music artist drops subliminal disses towards former label mate KiD CuDi. However, Big Sean took the opportunity to clear rumors up and treats the students of USC during Spring Fest 2013 to a special performance. Hall of Fame coming soon.
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