Kid Cudi needs a little more time to perfect his magic. The rapper’s rock album WZRD has been delayed by a month.
The project, a collaboration with producer Dot Da Genius, was originally scheduled to arrive on January 30, Cudi’s 28th birthday. With two weeks to go until the original drop date, Dot Da Genius announced to fans that they’ll have to wait a little longer.
“Me and Cudi have been working on our debut album and it’s almost near completion,” he wrote in a series of tweets. “We are in the final stages of mastering but we really had to take time and pay attention to the sonics as this is new territory for us.”
They are now aiming for a February 28 release. “With that being said, we have decided to change the release date. We are looking roughly at Feb 28th,” he said. “Y’all know how Cudi is’ and I’m the same way. Everything has to be in place and now it is.”
WZRD has spawned the singles “Brake” and “Teleport 2 Me,” which will be released to iTunes in the coming weeks, along with the fan favorite “Dose of Dopeness.”