Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi Promises ‘Wizard’ Album Will Change Music

Kid Cudi has set the bar high for his next album. The Cleveland MC promises fans that his upcoming project will change the face of music.

The rapper-turned-actor, who stars in the new season of HBO’s “How to Make It in America,” formed the rock band 2 Be Continuum with “Day ‘N’ Nite” producer Dot da Genius, and will release its debut album Wizard by the end of the year via his Wicked Awesome Records. “Ima need everyone to understand, when this Wizard album drops, the world of music is going to change, for the better. I promise. December!” tweeted Cudi.

He recently scrapped his mixtape A Man Named Scott so he could put all his energy into the album. “Trust im working extra hard to make this shit as amazing as possible and get yall some new jams,” he said.

Cudder will show off his newly-honed guitar skills on the project. “I’ve only been playing guitar for nine months but the records are f**king epic, epic. I’m really psyched,” he previously wrote.

Additionally, the newly sober Cudi announced plans to release a new song called “High Off Life!” and is preparing the follow-up to last year’s Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager.