Kid Cudi enlists Snoop, Pharell, Kanye and more for second album
Look for a lighter effort than his debut
Kid Cudi, whose debut CD, “Man on the Moon,” came out too late for the artist to be considered for a best new artist Grammy nod, is already hard at work on his second set.
He tells Mixtape Daily that Snoop Dogg and Pharell are already on tap for ‘Cudder,’” which he says will be a far less serious album than "Moon."
Also in on the fun is Kanye West, who has mentored Kid Cudi and signed him to his GOOD imprint. West will appear on a remix of Consequences “Whatever You Want,” along with Common, John Legend and Big Sean.
"People reaching out to me wanting to collab is so bugged out," Cudi says. "I remember when nobody wanted to do any song with me, let alone listen to my shit. It's been humbling since Kanye reached out. People seek my creativity; that's dope.”