Kid Cudi Feels “Slept On As A Rapper” & Talks Pop Smoke Collab On “MOTMIII”
Written by B87FM on December 11, 2020
By now, lots of you may have already streamed Child Cudi’s Man On The Moon III: The Chosen. A core purpose for Cudi on this mission was to showcase his lyricism; one thing that he was motivated to do following a dialog with Travis Scott whereas they have been recording the collaborative single, “The Scotts.” Cudi lately spoke with Zane Lowe about his newest mission and stated he selected to drop extra bars this time round as a result of he does not really feel he will get revered within the business as a rap artist.
“I felt like, in Hip Hop, I am slept on as a rapper,” stated Cudi. “As a lyricist. I actually wished to raise my entire sh*t on that entrance on this mission. I did that with the rapping and the singing. All the things has kinda advanced and the added little sprinkle of ad-libs. One thing I’ve by no means actually achieved earlier than, both. I used to be capable of do it in my very own little approach so it stays genuine.”
MOTMIII boasts a collaboration with Skepta and the late Pop Smoke on his monitor “Present Out.” It’s the first time Cudi has had a posthumous look on one among his albums. “It was highly effective,” Cudi stated. “I talked to Steven Victor about this when he first recorded this tune. He had considered me on it. Steven had considered me on it.” After listening to the monitor, Cudi knew that he wanted the tune as a result of it is a sound the world had by no means heard him deal with as an artist. “Skepta sounds wonderful, Pop Smoke sounds wonderful. This could be so sudden. I feel I will be on this and I might maintain it down and do my factor.”
Take a look at Cudi and Lowe’s must-watch interview beneath and take heed to Cudi, Pop Smoke, and Skepta’s “Present Out.”