Video: KiD CuDi Talks Cudder LP Collabos

via MTV

Cudder, I already got five tracks locked in,” he told us recently in New York. “We got Snoop, we got Pharrell. I just was in the studio with him. We got Jim Jonsin. I did a record with him. I’m gonna get back in the studio with him. Trying to get the right amount of hit records on this. It’s gonna be the complete opposite of what Man on the Moon was. Man on the Moon was so serious. This one is gonna be more playful and fun. It’s about having a good time.”

Cudi has also been building a wave of guest collaborations from Pharrell to Snoop Dogg.

“People reaching out to me wanting to collab is so bugged out,” Kid admitted. “I remember when nobody wanted to do any song with me, let alone listen to my sh–. It’s been humbling since Kanye reached out. People seek my creativity; that’s dope. I don’t do the normal sh–. I don’t make the normal songs. So when people reach out, that means they’re on the same frequency.”

Cudi is probably most excited about the remix of Consequence’s “Whatever You Want” with Kanye, Common, John Legend and Big Sean, and he wants to include the entire fam when they reunite. “We gotta do it again,” Cudi said. “We gotta get everybody. We gotta have the GLCs, Really Doe, the Bentleys — everyone ripping it and dropping gems.”


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35 Responses to “Video: KiD CuDi Talks Cudder LP Collabos”

  1. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    Cheetah Woods

    **chuckles***

    Pac influenced Big & vice versa.

    ****word to “everyday struggle”- chorus is real pac-ish…Big also sounded like Chubb Rock, at times- seriously….

    I fuck with Stankonia heavy

    ***I think i know her

    icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 12:03 pm
    BOB >>>>>>>>>>

    ***Amen.

  2. Smoke Greene Says:

    Took me about a week to understand Stankonia.

    Not for everyone.

  3. TheCo!!inB Says:

    who raps on, and MURDERS a beat like Bombs over Bahgdad?!
    “Thoughts at a thousand miles per hour/Hello ghetto let’yo brain free…believe there’s always more AH!”

  4. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    G7 Says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 11:59 am
    >>He quoted pac all through bp2

    ^which I don’t understand cuz Pac died hating Jay. hilarious that Jay will quote a guy that hated him for his own benefit. all the Pac shoutouts these days…foh.
    ^^^
    Relax homie, pac didnt hate jayz, he nvr even met or talked to him, it was part of a battle and everyone knew jay was bigs close friend and i think he should shout out pac, thats big of jay to do that, by not holding grudges and trying to kill memory he reminds people of pac and his legacy and look at you, you cant even give the man credit for that

    icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

  5. G7 Says:

    >>Relax homie, pac didnt hate jayz, he nvr even met or talked to him, it was part of a battle and everyone knew jay was bigs close friend and i think he should shout out pac, thats big of jay to do that, by not holding grudges and trying to kill memory he reminds people of pac and his legacy and look at you, you cant even give the man credit for that

    ^Jay’s smart. he wants this generation believing that him and Pac were cool. people fall for that kinda shit.

  6. Smoke Greene Says:

    Pac influenced Big & vice versa.

    ****word to “everyday struggle”- chorus is real pac-ish…Big also sounded like Chubb Rock, at times- seriously….
    =====================================
    And Pac wasn’t wearing suits & shit, claiming to be a Don until Big became Frank White, King Of New York.
    They both took shit from each other.

  7. Dewill Says:

    Sufferin from a severe case of inner-city blues
    I ain’t got no clues to which directions I need to choose
    This opportunity to gain is all I got to lose
    Cuz I just can’t settle for these streets shawty I refuse

  8. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    BOB >>>>>>>>>>

    ***Amen.

    ^ I heard one song of dude, that was pretty good. Sup Ike.

    ***whaddup, cold…nah, we talking “Bombs over bagdhad”

  9. b-ease Says:

    Sufferin from a severe case of inner-city blues
    I ain’t got no clues to which directions I need to choose
    This opportunity to gain is all I got to lose
    Cuz I just can’t settle for these streets shawty I refuse

    ^^
    Yo, I can’t quote it off top, but Cee-Lo’s verse on this track is mind-bogglingly good.

  10. Smoke Greene Says:

    Jay’s smart. he wants this generation believing that him and Pac were cool. people fall for that kinda shit.
    ==========================
    This.

    Plus, none of Pac’s people really big him up like that.

    And the ones that do fell the fuck off.

    Treach, I’m talking about you nigga.

  11. TheCo!!inB Says:

    Gangsta Shit >

  12. cOLD Says:

    ***whaddup, cold…nah, we talking “Bombs over bagdhad”

    ^ I see I said, smh who discusses such atrocities.

  13. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    By the way, Big we missing you Pac we missing you
    We feel your presence just not in the physical
    All across the world, blocks is miserable
    Y’all left a void it’s alot of little yous
    But they not original and they not identical
    They just studied your flows and they watched your interviews
    That’s when hip hop if it’s not ten of you
    Then it gotta be more, y’all left your paws
    Footprints on the game hood ain’t been the same
    Feeling ain’t been in music hooks ain’t been the same
    But I’m doing what I can man and try to follow y’all memory lane man
    Big you be ashamed to see New York gangbang
    Pac you feel the same thing they use your name in vein
    But I guess that’s the issue
    And it proves how much, niggas really miss you

  14. RIGZ Says:

    Relax homie, pac didnt hate jayz, he nvr even met or talked to him, it was part of a battle and everyone knew jay was bigs close friend and i think he should shout out pac, thats big of jay to do that, by not holding grudges and trying to kill memory he reminds people of pac and his legacy and look at you, you cant even give the man credit for that

    ^^^

    smh & lol

  15. Remixznflow Says:

    # Smoke Greene Says:
    December 3rd, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Pac influenced Big & vice versa.

    ****word to “everyday struggle”- chorus is real pac-ish…Big also sounded like Chubb Rock, at times- seriously….
    =====================================
    And Pac wasn’t wearing suits & shit, claiming to be a Don until Big became Frank White, King Of New York.
    They both took shit from each other.

    ^
    good point…

  16. Smoke Greene Says:

    udder should be what MOTM was supposed to be. Cudi needs balance, not a Lady Gaga hook.

  17. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    cOLD Says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 12:09 pm
    ***whaddup, cold…nah, we talking “Bombs over bagdhad”

    ^ I see I said, smh who discusses such atrocities.

    ***LOL..just the fact that song predated the current war in iraq is fascinating…i guess they coulda been talking desert storm, but still…

  18. Mr. Iceberg Slim Says:

    G7 Says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 12:06 pm
    >>Relax homie, pac didnt hate jayz, he nvr even met or talked to him, it was part of a battle and everyone knew jay was bigs close friend and i think he should shout out pac, thats big of jay to do that, by not holding grudges and trying to kill memory he reminds people of pac and his legacy and look at you, you cant even give the man credit for that

    ^Jay’s smart. he wants this generation believing that him and Pac were cool. people fall for that kinda shit.

    ^^^^
    Everyone and they momma know about the beef, its documented my man, he just is showing props to a great man and m.c , if he was insecure he could never mention pacs name and let the memory go in the wind, but in all of his shows he still stops the shows and shows respect to someone that dissed him, how real is that….name one other m.c that does, that?? i ll wait

  19. Dewill Says:

    Late one night I was in a pearl white Acura Legendary
    I got that thang with me cause it’s necessary
    Shit, I was just ridin
    Wasn’t even thinking‘bout collidin
    But I kept seeing the same headlights running stop signs and red lights

  20. b-ease Says:

    udder should be what MOTM was supposed to be

    ^^
    Word. Save all that dark, over-coceptualization for your second album nigga.

  21. cOLD Says:

    name one other m.c that does, that?? i ll wait

    ^ Nasir Jones.

  22. Peklo Says:

    pac quotes? shit! everybody: hov, termanology, 50, marshall, juelz, weezy, kanye shouts him out. who hasn’t jumped on that “im a rider” beat (!!)? and one of the dopest hip-hop lines ever is “i’m not a killa, but don’t push me.”

  23. cOLD Says:

    Dewill who you quoting.

  24. Remixznflow Says:

    @cOLD

    you still on that no red meat kick? or have you gone back to the beef?

    NO HOMO ON ALL OF THAT….

  25. icon(trillbert arenas) Says:

    And Pac wasn’t wearing suits & shit, claiming to be a Don until Big became Frank White, King Of New York.
    They both took shit from each other.

    ***things go in cycles, wait and bobby brown is just ampin’ like michael (c) Q-Tip….big daddy kane, slick rick, kool g, and all of those new jack niggas (none) wore suits, first, though…father mc, candyman, etc…i think it was more about adopting the polished gangster/john gotti aesthetic, than trying to be like big…and i think big is >>>>>>>pac

  26. RIGZ Says:

    he could never mention pacs name and let the memory go in the wind,

    ^^^

    Stop it Iceberg. People gonna remember Pac REGARDLESS

  27. b-ease Says:

    Gangsta Shit >

    ^^
    OutKast with a K, yea them niggas are hard (ll)
    Harder than a nigga tryin to impress God
    We’ll take your whole deck
    Fuck pulling your card
    And still take my guitar and take a walk in the park
    And play the sweetest melody the streest ever heard
    Now bitches sucking on my nouns
    And I’m eating they verbs…

  28. Dewill Says:

    Dewill who you quoting.

    ^^^
    Cee-lo off that album Still Standing

  29. G7 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    December 3rd, 2009 at 12:06 pm
    My nigga Nas has been quiet lately, means he cooking up that crack. 2010 gonna be a good year for hip hop.

    ====
    Nas and Damian are doing a special event for National Geographic on December 12th

    you can watch the live stream for it at —->natgeomusic.net.

  30. cOLD Says:

    *daps g7 for the look*

    @cOLD

    you still on that no red meat kick? or have you gone back to the beef?

    NO HOMO ON ALL OF THAT

    ^ lol, yea I fell off, last week.

  31. Smoke Greene Says:

    think it was more about adopting the polished gangster/john gotti aesthetic, than trying to be like big…
    ===============================
    But Big, Nas, Rae/Ghost & Jay forced Hip-Hop to go in that direction. Poac was just adapting to the changes when he came home cause he wouldn’t have gotten the same repect if he came home with those Thug Life overall’s and a bandana. He had to mature image wise cause Big & them forced him to.

  32. Mr. Meen Says:

    ***whaddup, cold…nah, we talking “Bombs over bagdhad”

    ^ I see I said, smh who discusses such atrocities.
    ^
    insane drum programming. Classic Album. Outkast > Your favorite rappers.

  33. kedordu Says:

    ”And Pac wasn’t wearing suits & shit, claiming to be a Don until Big became Frank White, King Of New York.
    They both took shit from each other.”

    this is where a lot of the beef from that east vs west shit came from .. MOB was the real thing . they werent doing cocaine rap in deathrow . they were GANGBANGING on wax mainstream . west coast didnt take shit from east coast from 1992-1997 . evryone took from the west . all forms of music . KEEP TRYNNA REVISE HISTORY .

  34. Eddie Arkadian Says:

    I really liked MOTM and I except his next album to be pretty decent, but what I really want is the Almighty GloryUs album with Cudi and Chip tha Ripper!!!! “Hyyerr” and “TGIF” are two of my favorite ride-out tracks right now.

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