Echoing the sentiments of his former label boss Kanye, Cudi clearly doesn’t like exclusive streaming and promises to release the project on all platforms. A physical release can be expected as well.
“Music shouldn’t be a headache to find, especially in a digital space,” he says. “It’s actually easier going to Best Buy to get a CD than it is to DL one.”
The 32-year-old’s last offering came in 2015, with Speedin’ Bullet to Heaven, which was a complete departure from his previous works and consisted of rock songs. No one is quite sure what vibe Cudi’s latest album will be on, but at 18 tracks spanning over 90 minutes, it’s sure to be a long journey.
We could possibly be getting Man on the Moon 3 this month, too, which would make his hardcore fans ecstatic.