Kid Cudi is going to outer space, figuratively speaking. Cudder is slated to perform Man on the Moon III tracks as part of an “intercosmic” performance For Amazon Prime Day. His Prime Day Show is actually going to be available on Thursday (June 17) for all Amazon Prime subscribers.
The Man on the Moon will be teaming up with the International Space Orchestra for a fascinating 25-minute performance blending cuts from his Man on the Moon III: The Chosen album, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 144,000 total album-equivalent units. After the 30-day window passes, it will be free for all viewers to check out.
The International Space Orchestra is made up of talented scientists from NASA Ames Research Center, the SETI Institute and the International Space University as his band for the night. Amazon Music has also enlisted H.E.R. and Billie Eilish for unique performances.
The Ohio native is continuing the outer space theme with him being cast in Crater, which is set to land on Disney+. Kid Cudi will be taking on the role of a father in the coming-of-age film.
Cudder fans were upset to hear that he scrapped plans to add a deluxe edition to his 2020 album, but he’s promised to return with his Entergalactic show, album and a tour in 2022.
“Entergalactic album and show droppin 2022 end of summer,” he wrote. “Recorded the first season and couldn’t be more hyped for yall to see. Ur gonna be blown away. Next level shit only. Changing the game as always.”