Kicking off this September with a date in San Diego, “The Cud Life Tour” will bring Kid Cudi to the stage with support from hip-hop heavyweights Big Sean, Tyler, The Creator, and Logic. The tour will run just over a month and snake throughout the United States. You can view the full itinerary below.
Kid Cudi’s latest album, Indicud, is available now wherever urban music is sold. (more…)
Five years ago, if you were a major label artist and your record leaked ahead of its intended release date there was very little you could do outside of crying foul and complaining online. With time comes wisdom, however, and now the majors are starting to figure out new ways to curve the hurt that comes with big releases getting out early.
It may seem like the obvious move, but the latest development from labels facing major leaks is to turn around and legitimately release the album earlier than anticipated. The theory here is that everyone will hop online to find the leak and will be persuaded to instead purchase it if they see it is already available for sale. (more…)
Earlier today Cudi released the official video for his latest street single, “King Wizard.” The video follows a similar photo frame concept as his self-directed “Just What I Am” clip and leans heavily on performance footage to flesh out the visuals. It’s not complex, but anything new from Cudi is welcome in our opinion. You can view the video for “King Wizard” below.
Cudi’s new album, Indicud, should arrive in 2013. Stay tuned.
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Mumford & Sons – “Lover Of The Light”
It’s hard to tell exactly what Idris Elba is thinking in this video, but it sure is nice to look at. The clip shows a blind man (Elba) who is seemingly thrilled by the sunrise, talking to himself at breakfast, and almost running to his death off the cliffs of Wales. Elba co-directed the intimate video, and does a great job telling a somber story backed by an uplifting song.
Kid Cudi – “Just What I Am” (feat. King Chip)
Don’t be fooled by the frame: This video isn’t quite fine art. Cudi claims “all my videos will be in a baroque frame. I create art, so it will be presented as such. ART IN MOTION.” Um, okay. Unfortunately for Cudi, the visual companion to “Just What I Am” is nothing we haven’t seen a million times before – red solo cups, crowded party, toasting to the good life. Oh well, the song’s not bad.
Swizz Beatz – “Everyday Birthday” (feat. Chris Brown & Ludacris)
Chris Brown wakes up in bed with a “crazy” girl, Luda wakes up in a shower, Swizz is chillin’ on a yacht in Cannes. So begins “Everyday Birthday,” a whirlwind visual feast of bottles poppin’, club hoppin’, and some very evil French girls.
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Kid Cudi has released the official music video for his King Chip assisted single, “Just What I Am.” The video, which serves as Cudi’s directorial debut, features the pair performing their stoner anthem in various locations with a twist of psychedelic reality thrown in for fun. You can view the video below.
Cudi is due to release his new album, Indicud, sometime in the near future. We will bring you details on the his release plans as soon as information begins to surface.
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Today’s new albums are an eclectic batch in the world of pop! Looks like female vocalists are taking over this week.
The Killers – Battle Born (9/17)
The band’s fourth LP after their year-and-a-half hiatus.
Carly Rae Jepsen – Kiss (9/18)
The Canadian popstar’s sophomore album after skyrocketing to fame earlier this year with her smash hit of the summer “Call Me Maybe.”