CuDi was back on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for a live rendition of “Immortal”. He then returns for “Just The Way I Am” and did an off-air performance of few other tracks including a live debut of “Mad Solar.
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Cudder’s next album bursts into flames and frames it for it’s cover art. The album
Last night in Austin, Myspace had a secret show that featured Hit Boy, KiD CuDi, and Diplo. During CuDi’s set, he treated the audience to a new verse off his upcoming, Indicud. Billboard says the album will feature Hit Boy, Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky and Michael Bolton on April 23rd. missinfo
Cudder performed at the BUKU Festival down in the Big Easy on Friday. During his set, he brought out King Chip for a live rendition of “Just What I Am“. He does an acapella version of “Immortal” below. dnc
KiD CuDi lent his vocals last night on The Cleveland Show. In the episode, he portrays Devon, who Rallo introduces to his sister Roberta (Reagan Gomez-Preston). You ol’ lucky cartoon. dnc Sidebar: Mountain Dew Kick Start Ad
Produced by himself, CuDi unleashes his powers on his everlasting track from his forthcoming, Indicud. Sounds like he’s got his mojo back. Album drops April 23.
We haven’t heard too much from CuDi lately. But hours ago, he took to his Twitter account and finally announced a release date for his third solo album, Indicud. We’ll drink to that.
Cudi’s back on the cover of Complex for their February/March 2013 issue. The entire story is available to read here. but here are a few highlights below. Issue hits newsstands February 4th. On antidepressants I took a trip on antidepressant lane for a little bit. After the WZRD song “Dr. Pill” everyone thought I was talking about molly or ecstasy. But I’m talking about prescription meds. I had just gotten a shrink. I was having an emotional breakdown with this breakup. I kept trying […]
In a picture frame, Cudder talks a walk in the streets with a bogey in hand in his self-directed video. His next album Indicud coming in March.
After a long delay, KiD CuDi and Dot Da Genius finally transport on to the video screen in support of their joint project, WZRD. Now you see ’em, now you don’t. Visuals by