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A$ AP Rocky reveals his entire ‘Testing’ album tracklist and production credits.
This makes all those philosophical tweets worth it. Today (April 19) via Twitter, Kanye West announced the release dates of albums from himself, Pusha T and a joint project with Kid Cudi.
Yeezy’s album is apparently just seven songs, for now, and will be out June 1.
Then Yeezy announced that just a week later him and Cudi are dropping a joint album called Kids See Ghost. Besides being the name of the album, that’s the name of their group.
Also, Teyana Taylor is dropping an album on June 22.
And last but not least (as far tweet chronology not dates), G.O.O.D. Music President Pusha T will be blessing the massed with a new album on May 25.
Needless to say, rap Twitter is beside itself. Charlamagne Tha God got a listen to the album, but he isn’t giving up much intel.
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Nicki Minaj's "Chun-Li," Freddie Gibbs' new single "Colors" with Mozzy and G. Perico, and #DXLive's Litness Test winner E.J. Carter's fire cut "Propane" are also at the top of the list.
Kanye West introduced Kid Cudi before a set in Los Angeles on February 17, and the two performed “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” for the surprised crowd.
adidas 747 Warehouse was clearly the spot to be at in Los Angeles during NBA All-Star weekend. Throughout its runs, besides that celebrity basketball game, a number of surprise performers fell through, including Kid Cudi and Kanye West yesterday (Feb. 17).
Billed as a “pinnacle basketball experience,” the 747 Warehouse St. space embodied the belief that basketball is more than a game. Besides an archive, panels, a basketball court designed by Pharrell Williams, exclusive sneaker drops, and customization spots, there were live musical performances.
While performances by Pusha 2, N.E.R.D., 21 Savage, Stormzy and more were touted, Yeezy and Cudder were surprise additions to the bill.
See footage of their time on stage below.
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The highly anticipated Drake and Future joint mixtape finally dropped last night, and one fellow performer does not seem to be feeling What A Time To Be Alive. In the middle of #WATTBA trending worldwide, Kid Cudi posted a tweet that many people on the interwebs saw as a slight diss towards Drizzy Hendrix.
There were no names mentioned in the tweet, but Cudi’s timing was kind of suspicious. And don’t forget this: Kid Cudi: If I Rapped About What I Have There Would Be No Drake (VIDEO).
What do you think? A subliminal or a coincidence?
Kid Cudi starred in a new “Walking Dead” spoof and gave us this now-iconic Vine.
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Kid Cudi fans rejoice! Mr. Rager will be releasing new music later this month. The Cleveland rapper went on twitter to explain details about his new album Speeding’ Bullet to Heaven, claiming that it is almost completely finished. Cudi also went a little bit in detail about the album to. Check out some of the tweets:
"I don’t have money, but you know what, that doesn’t make me a loser,” Benz Shelton says during an exclusive interview with HipHopDX. "That makes me a muthafuckin winner.”
Lupe Fiasco, Kid Cudi and Azealia Banks engaged in beef today over Twitter stemming comments Kendrick Lamar made in Billboard.
Remembers when rappers threw jabs at each other in rhyme? In 2015 that’s mostly done via tweets, and recently Lupe Fiasco and Azealia Banks got into social media fisticuffs while Kid Cudi also got involved in some keyboard sparring with the Chicago MC.
It all started when Lupe came to the defense of Kendrick Lamar (he tweeted, “#BeMoreLikeKendrickLamar), who many took issue with over his recent comments about Ferguson.
— Lupe Fiasco (@LupeFiasco) January 9, 2015
That’s when Azealia Banks stepped in and said, “@LupeFiasco you still haven’t made a decent song since i was 17,” and the fecal matter hit the proverbial fan shortly thereafter.
Fiasco retweeted an old Banks tweets about stealing his flow, she responded with slander, and most people sat back and watched the show 140 characters at a time.
Then Kid Cudi came along and subtweeted Lupe, which led to those two bickering, again.
Dear black artists, dont talk down on the black community like you are Gods gift to niggaz everywhere.
— Scott Mescudi (@KidCudi) January 10, 2015
Check out the best of the Lupe Fiasco vs. Azealia Banks and Lupe Fiasco vs. Kid Cudi social media slander on the following pages.
Can’t we all just get along, and drop new music?
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