Back in 2009, alt-hip hop heavyweight Kid CuDi linked up with indie-rockers MGMT (as well as electronic act Ratatat) to create Pursuit of Happiness, a Man on the Moon inclusion which went on to achieve Platinum certification in 2011. On Immortal, the self-produced new single off his junior set, Cudder once again looks to the Middletown, Connecticut band for inspiration. A reversed snippet of album title track Congratulations bangs in the back as the artist recounts his transformation from an average (if slightly depressed) Joe into a superpowered musical dynamo. For this joint, lead effort Just What I Am and much more, check out INDICUD when it drops April 23, via G.O.O.D. Music/Universal Motown.
Written by richard on 03/1/13
Lately headlines have been circulating about Kid Cudi's departure from the label that birthed him, wondering if Kid Cudi’s career will maintain its longevity without the G.O.O.D. Music machine behind him. It’s been three...
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