Kid Cudi shocks fans; releases 4th album with no press
Originally scheduled to be an EP leading to a 2015 album, the Man On The Moon felt he had more than enough material for a proper commercial album, he said in an interview with MTV.
“I was surprised how well the album came together. I usually go into to the studio, hoping everything makes sense at the end. But this felt different,” Cudi recalled.
The 10-track offering from the Cleveland native sonically will remind you of his first two albums, Man on The Moon: End of Day and its sequel, for its brooding production, stripping away his rock influences and focusing on Cudi’s vocals.
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