Kid Cudi’s latest album, WZRD dropped today. With this release, Cudi’s label, Universal Republic, only shipped 55,000 hard copies to stores of this album. And the album is much better than 55k sells, so Cudi was not exactly happy with his label. So, he took to his Twitter account, @wizardcud to express his discontent.
According to his Twitter page, Kid Cudi’s latest album, WZRD, is set to drop on February 28th. This is to be his first full album since he reportedly quit smoking, according to Cudder’s Twitter, and, also according to his Twitter, the album is going to include zero obscenities.
This going to be Cudi’s first album altogether since he dropped “Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager” back on November 9, 2010, and that album was certainly no flop. I thoroughly enjoyed that album, as did most of his fans. Cudi is a whole different type of genre; not quite hip-hop, not quite R&B… Just about the perfect mix. And I hope this album exemplifies that.
Listen to & check out lyrical analysis of the two songs Cudi’s already dropped off WZRD, on RapGenius: