Former G.O.O.D. Music artist Kid Cudi has the Internet buzzing after announcing new plans to release a studio album in the coming weeks.
Cudder jumped onto his Twitter page Monday (January 27) to break the big news.
“Satellite Flight is an album now thats what u get for being so patient w me. Ur gonna love it. Ur gonna love it. Ur gonna f*cking LOVE!,” Kid Cudi tweeted January 27. (Kid Cudi’s Twitter)
“Ok my lovelies heres the deal. Sorry Ive been missin in action, but I had to make some last minute changes, edits and tweaks to the EP,” Cudi tweeted January 18.
“Everything sounds glorious! Get ready to take another trippy trip thru the cosmos. Another epic Cudder experience, for you! :)”
“We all take flight in February. Get to packin Cud Fam!”
“Upon the release of the EP, play all my albums back to back starting from MOTM1 (WZRD included) to prepare u for the next chapter, MOTM3″
“Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon is the bridge between INDICUD and MOTM3. An experience 6 years in the making.”
“Does anyone know how WZRD ties into the MOTM series conceptually?”
“”Take it to the satellite” means think beyond what you know, look beyond what you can see, feel beyond what you can touch. The vibes” (Kid Cudi’s Twitter)
Cudi recently raised eyebrows after receiving some prominent onscreen time in a Need for Speed movie trailer.
In the film, Aaron Paul, from “Breaking Bad,” plays Tobey Marshall, a street racer who is unfairly imprisoned for a crime that he didn’t commit (one that results in the death of his best friend). Upon release from prison, he decides to get revenge on the man who wronged him, which of course involves driving really sexy cars at really dangerous speeds. Dominic Cooper is the bad guy, Kid Cudi and Rami Malek are his buddies, Imogen Poots is the love interest (rocking a wonderfully white trash wig), and Michael Keaton plays some kind of ring leader of an underground racing circuit. Quite frankly — what is there not to love? (Moviefone)
Outside of films, Cudi recently said his forthcoming Man on the Moon 3 release should help spark awareness and promote better decision-making.
“You’ll see it coming from a person who is looking at things from a more mature mindset, with more understanding and growth. I want people to be able to put this album on at different points in their lives and grow with me. This series was meant to show me grow as a man and it would not be right to do MOTM III and have me talking about driving drunk. I didn’t want people to listen and feel like, “Oh he’s giving us a lesson,” rather than be entertained, but I’m not condoning that sh*T, that’s not cool. When I’m singing about driving drunk on “Pursuit of Happiness” on MOTM, you may remember that it was a nightmare. It was meant to be scary, the craziness, the fact that this person chooses to look for happiness in substances; and that’s scary, that’s a terrible combination, that’s a terrible way to go about things.” (Music Connection)
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