KiD CuDi feat. Kanye West – Erase Me (Radio Rip)

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Cleveland’s 96.5 Kiss FM premiered this yesterday, but apparently no one was paying attention then. They just played it again it right now though. Props to DatNewCudi for the rip.

KiD CuDi feat. Kanye West – Erase Me (Radio Rip) | Mediafire

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Kid Cudi’s Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager will be out on September 14th.

Previously: KiD CuDi – REVOFEV (prod. Plain Pat) | Kanye West – Power


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189 Responses to “KiD CuDi feat. Kanye West – Erase Me (Radio Rip)”

  1. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    Also I wonder how Pac would`ve done in a actual rap battle?These dudes today would`ve easliy roasted dude.He wasn`t an emcee in that sense,at least not to me.

  2. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    tupac could have made hundreds of millions in hollywood if he had wanted to …==============================================
    He was good in a certain type of role but he was not Denzel or Will Smith.

    Knock it off.

  3. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    PAC shot two cops. That makes him the “realest” rapper ever by default, regardless of his ballet training.
    ^
    co-sign
    weren’t they harrasing some dude when he shot at them

    that’s a million times realer than shooting other black and brown people in your own hood

  4. why? Says:

    Well of course pac doesn’t get enough praise on the east. The west love him so much they still want the post death music.

  5. de la swole Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    June 30th, 2010 at 6:01 pm

    Funny how Pas

    ^lol

  6. Bigspitgame Says:

    I don’t think Pac gets enough credit.
    ^
    Pac gets MAAAAAD credit… Just look the the comments niggas get real life HEATED at the mention of him not being a real nigga

    He’s every bit as influential as BIG & Jay but he doesn’t get nearly as much praise
    ^
    And this is true… As far as his activism and general philosophies go

  7. Bigspitgame Says:

    Gridlock’d>>>>>> His albums

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Well of course pac doesn’t get enough praise on the east.
    ========================================
    But he’s a NY MC, I don’t give a fuck how much he screamed Westside.

  9. de la swole Says:

    what general philosophies does pac have? what activism? lol like i said these guys get too much credit.

  10. Bigspitgame Says:

    weren’t they harrasing some dude when he shot at them
    ^ apparently they (PAC and driver) almost hit them ( the Ross’s) An’ argument ensued and shots were fired

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    But he’s a NY MC,

    ^

    true. i always tell niggas this when pacs legacy topic goes coastal.

  12. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Until The End Of Time >> Bigsptigame past/present/future

  13. R.J.Orion Says:

    Bigspitgame Says:

    June 30th, 2010 at 6:05 pm
    Gridlock’d>>>>>> His albums

    —–

    word

  14. Bigspitgame Says:

    De La Swole
    1 min ago
    what general philosophies does pac have? what activism? lol like i said these guys get too much credit.
    ^
    What I mean by that is (look at ne defending the guy who I was arguing against earlier) him being vocal about injustices by the judicial system, his stand on being one as minorities and not being afraid to actually say some of the things he’s said in interviews… So I guess he was a mouthpiece at best

  15. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    what general philosophies does pac have? what activism?
    =======================================
    Pac was a powerful speaker and alot of things he said resonated with black youth. He wasn’t a great role model but he could inspire black pride and if he would’ve lived long enough, I’m sure he would have turned to more altruistic endeavors later on in his life.

  16. why? Says:

    Native tongues rappers > pac and big

    Dudes had a bigger influence on me esp. since the older brothers heard only what was good on the west and rappers everybody knew.

  17. R.J.Orion Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    You soft duke.

    ———–

    ayo

  18. Bigspitgame Says:

    Tong Po Flo
    1 min ago
    Until The End Of Time >> Bigsptigame past/present/future
    ^
    I would knock Pac head off (n) in the booth… Battles, album cuts, what have you

  19. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Dungeon Family > Native Tongues

  20. Bigspitgame Says:

    Tong Po Flo’s comments>>>>>>> 2pacalypse Now

  21. the real truth Says:

    *Daps All*

    Pac vs. B.i.G argument?

    *Daps All Again*

    *Exits*

  22. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    if he would’ve lived long enough, I’m sure he would have turned to more altruistic endeavors later on in his life.

    ^

    i don’t. he was in jail sayin thug life is dead and then came right back out on the same ol’ shit. he was wyle stubborn.

  23. de la swole Says:

    # Bigspitgame Says:
    June 30th, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    De La Swole
    1 min ago
    what general philosophies does pac have? what activism? lol like i said these guys get too much credit.
    ^
    What I mean by that is (look at ne defending the guy who I was arguing against earlier) him being vocal about injustices by the judicial system, his stand on being one as minorities and not being afraid to actually say some of the things he’s said in interviews… So I guess he was a mouthpiece at best

    ^Pac negated every positive thing he said with his songs. I think theres 2 types of pac fans, the one’s who love his music and those who believe in his “philosophies” but in the end they are the same person.

  24. Bigspitgame Says:

    *insert funny haiku about TPF, Amp, Joe and Kufi’s man love for Pac*

  25. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    he was in jail sayin thug life is dead and then came right back out on the same ol’ shit.
    ==============================
    Suge bailed him out of jail. Pac felt indebted to him and he uberthuged it up to prove his loyalty but after his contract commitments were done, he was outta there. Albums like The 7 Day Theory & the Outllawz project showed Pac never totally abandoned his 2Pacalypse Now style. He was just playing a role, biding his time until he could make his own moves.

  26. Tong Po Flo Says:

    Pac was a powerful speaker and alot of things he said resonated with black youth. He wasn’t a great role model but he could inspire black pride and if he would’ve lived long enough, I’m sure he would have turned to more altruistic endeavors later on in his life.

    ^ Well put Amp, cats have to realize he was a young dude when he past on, there no telling what he would of done if was still living

  27. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    ^Pac negated every positive thing he said with his songs. I think theres 2 types of pac fans, the one’s who love his music and those who believe in his “philosophies” but in the end they are the same person.
    ===========================================
    The duality Pac showed is present in everybody.

    That’s why you have cats who are committed to uplifting their people but who at the same time can’t pass up a chance to buss a bitch down.

    I don’t think either side of Pac’s persona takes away from the other. They all are parts of the man’s psyche.

  28. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yea…

    2pacalypse now=mission statement pac at its purist.

  29. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *insert funny haiku about TPF, Amp, Joe and Kufi’s man love for Pac*

    ^ lol

  30. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Pac was a big brother to alot of cats without fathers/male role models.

    That dude helped mold a generation of black men.

  31. Bigspitgame Says:

    ^Pac negated every positive thing he said with his songs.
    ^
    Thus the events surronding his death… Prior to him being shot and goin to jail on a Kobe charge his music reflected his thoughts on the community although his interviews were better put together than the music.. But like Kev said when he came home they pressured him into keeping the thug shif goin, into perpetuating that beef shit and it caught up to him… I believe he was easily manipulated into doing things that weren’t of him by the company he kept and was actually scared to really break those ties and to change into the person he was meant to be… And for good reason because when he was actually ready to change up, niggas took him…

  32. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Pac felt indebted to him

    ^

    thas the fucked up part about it. as much as pac spit about oppression in the AA community and in the industry, he KNEW he was in that niggas pocket.

    some niggas have to pay to be free, i get that, but pac had to know fuckin w/suge was trouble. had to.

  33. Bigspitgame Says:

    He was just playing a role
    ========
    Not unlike a say, Rick Ross?

  34. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    That dude helped mold a generation of black men.

    ^

    and B.I.G. thas why their deaths or on some JFK conspiracy shit. can’t have a country of niggas influenced by them runnin the streets.

  35. Bigspitgame Says:

    Pac could have very well maxed out and came home on some Im tryna change the world shit… He allowed himself be pocket change

  36. de la swole Says:

    2pacalypse now was hella gothic….im sure that dude was just playing a role. not a good one either.

  37. SilkCityP Says:

    honestly i think pac was like ross is in that he got caught up in his persona…

    ^^^

    Co-Sign in a major way! It doesn’t take a genius to figure out why he died… He was out of control with it… Dude got out of the box, ran west, and started chillin with bloods… Dude was 25 y/o when he started running around with bloods that had been living that gangbangin lifestyle pretty much their entire lives which was passed on to them through family. That’s why damn near none of these rap niggas can claim that Blue Rag or Red Rag… It’s a culture, a west coast culture at that too! Pac died for ignorant reasons

  38. Bigspitgame Says:

    To be>be

  39. Kid A Says:

    why do people still consider this “fallout boy” a rapper. For the umpteenth time cudi is garbage

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