We may not be getting WZRD by the end of the month as originally hoped, but at least Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius are giving us something to tide us over until February 28. The duo has revealed the ten-song track listing for the highly-anticipated .
I was like, “What else can you do with music and art besides a music video?” So, I just started doing free ones to build my portfolio and Kid Cudi was the third person to watch my Kid Cudi video, and I died for an hour. [Laughs.] He retweeted it and.
Kid Cudi dances to his own beat in his new music video “Surfin.'” The track, which features Pharrell Williams, is the latest single off of his upcoming album Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin’. Amidst a technicolor, smoke machine jungle dance party.
Fright Night" doesn't hit theaters for another week still, but that doesn't mean you can't sink your teeth into the vampire thriller a little bit early. Kid Cudi's "No One Believes Me" music video made its grand premiere today, a video that's directly.
We know weed makes you tired, but seriously! SNOOZE! Check out the just-released music video for Kid CuDi's track, Marijuana, which was apparently directed, filmed, and edited by Shia LaBeouf (above)! Inneresting aesthetic, but it's pretty boring.
It’s a sort of R-rated Wonderland. That’s perhaps the best way to describe the world depicted in Kid Cudi‘s new music video for “Frequency.” The place is just a bit too sex-infused and drug-heavy for even Alice. The vid opens on 32-year-old Cudi.
If Kid Cudi 's experimental rock album WZRD sucked, and there was at least a reasonable chance that it would, I would have to write that it sucked, and then I would have to deal with the barrage of hate mail from soccer moms hardcore Cudi fans.
Kid Cudi has shared a new music video for his Plain Pat and Mike Dean-produced track “The Frequency.” Directed by Cudi himself, it depicts him performing the song in a jungle-like setting. Watch it below. It is part of his recently delayed next.
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His body of work includes music videos for Drake, 21 Savage, Kid Cudi and more. His aesthetic of making music videos off VHS cameras has become his signature aesthetic. He built his musical buzz in Ohio but ultimately moved back to LA where he is making.
Before Kid Cudi checked himself into rehab, he reassured fans that his management would be releasing music videos while he took time to focus on himself. The second of those videos is out for the song "Surfin,'" featuring Pharrell Williams. The trippy.
It wasn't really until the late '00s when Kid Cudi rose to prominence that suicide was discussed with the kind of sympathy and sensitivity that was missing in rap music . Since losing his father to cancer as a child, Cudi's soul has been crippled by.
Like the 1985 original, the film is a grisly but darkly comic take on vampires, but the new Kid Cudi video to go along with the movie is only focused on the dark side. Cudi's song "No One Believes Me" is featured on the movie's soundtrack, and the video.