On the heels of his unlikely "Lost" collaboration with Quavo on Huncho's new solo album, Kid Cudi gave followers an replace on the standing of his subsequent album. Cudder took to Twitter on Tuesday (Oct. 23) to tease the thought of dropping his Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' follow-up in some unspecified time in the future in 2019, in addition to some appetizing options on the way in which.
"I simply began the brand new album! Taking my time w it tho however im thinkin subsequent yr someday? Would that be cool? Huh? Tell me? Would that be okay," the Ohio native mentioned in reply to one among his followers looking for some recent tunes. "Got some tasty options comin out quickly within the meantime."
The 34-year-old was additionally profiled for an in-depth characteristic in GQ printed Tuesday wherein he candidly spoke on his psychological state, his joint Kanye West album Kids See Ghosts and what the long run holds.
He additionally talked about the truth that Pharrell is probably not prepared to work with him sooner or later as a result of lack of economic success of previous data reminiscent of "Surfin.'" "I don't know if Pharrell will work with me once more, as a result of these songs didn't do what they had been speculated to do," Cudi advised GQ. "The label didn't do the correct factor."
Check out Cudi's tweets beneath. Read his profile in full over at GQ.