Kid Cudi’s Next Album Will Be The Soundtrack To His Upcoming Netflix Show
Written by B87FM on September 9, 2019
In a brand new Complex cowl story, emo-rap pioneer Kid Cudi reveals that not solely is he working on new music, however that his subsequent album may even be the soundtrack to a Netflix animated present he’s creating with Black-ish creator Kenya Barris. Cudi calls the mission a “new, enjoyable, and thrilling solution to write music,” and says that it’s going to come out subsequent yr.
When Advanced interviewer Karizza Sanchez asks Cudi about his recent tweet that he has new music on the best way, Cudi revealed that “plenty of the songs are about love and relationships.” He additionally detailed a number of the specifics in regards to the upcoming album, saying that it might be a story format utilizing the present’s character as his voice.
I can’t say a lot ’trigger the music isn’t gonna come out until subsequent yr. However I’ll let you know this: I’m engaged on a Netflix TV present, an animated TV present, and Kenya Barris is producing it. My subsequent album would be the music for the primary season of the present, and the music will narrate the story. So plenty of the songs aren’t actually from the Scott perspective; they’re from the attitude of the character.
I had this concept for the present, after which it was like, how can we incorporate the music? How can we’ve the music be part of the present? I initially needed to make a visible album, however I used to be like, that’s been performed earlier than. How can we give it just a little twist? How can we do one thing totally different? That’s how I got here up with the thought for the present, Entergalactic. I’m making an attempt my hardest to nonetheless introduce new sounds and push the envelope, sonically. So it’s nonetheless gonna be like every thing that individuals love about Child Cudi music. The one distinction is that it’s gonna be informed from a distinct perspective.
You’ll be able to learn the total interview at Complex. Child Cudi additionally has upcoming roles within the new Bill & Ted film, opioid disaster drama Dreamland, the subsequent season of Westworld, and an HBO collection from Name Me By Your Title director Luca Guadagnino titled We Are Who We Are.