[vodpod id=Video.11027261&w=540&h=350&fv=] Kid Cudi plans to return as Domingo Brown on the second season of the HBO original series, How To Make It In America. Filming has already begun throughout NYC. “This season, my character has a lot more depth than the first season, and one of the things that I really took seriously was preparing. I got an acting coach; I wanted to step it up. With anything that I’m doing, I always want to take it to the […]
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Unbeknownst to us, Bacardi threw an event at Terminal 5 last night in NYC and booked Kid Cudi as their musical talent. Not much film from the show has hit the net, but here’s a brief clip of him performing “Erase Me”. Sidebar: Photos courtesy of Techienyc.
Before the curtain was drawn at the G.O.O.D. Music Showcase last night in Brooklyn, Kid Cudi blessed the stage. The highlight of the night happened in the film above with the entire G.O.O.D. family on deck for “All Of The Lights”. After the jump, Cudi performs two other notable cuts with Mr. West.
[vodpod id=Video.10214817&w=540&h=350&fv=] Although Kid Cudi said he was no longer smoking reefer two months ago, he released a new video this week dedicated to his former pastime directed by actor Shia LaBeouf. In a sit-down with MTV, he explains how it all came together. “It’s something I did before I decided to quit smoking marijuana,” Cudder explained of the video. “However, I didn’t want to deprive people of the footage, deprive people of the video because of my personal decisions. […]
[vodpod id=Video.10156216&w=540&h=350&fv=] We heard about this a few months ago but for now here is the trailer for the next crazy visual off Cudi’s last album, Man On The Moon II. The final product is directed by Shia Lebouf and should be coming soon.
Anyone up for a lunchtime smoke? Well, you’re in luck now that Cudder has rolled out his latest clip, directed and shot by Shia LaBeouf. Amsterdam, here we come. Man On The Moon II in stores now.
After previewing the track earlier this year, Cudder took to Twitter and finally gave the end result of his first single off the Wizard album. Produced by Dot Da Genius. Hey, it’s deeper than rap.