Kid Cudi Calls “Satellite Flight” His Best Work, Now A Full Length Project

Posted: February 4, 2014 by ericbernsen in Interviews, Music, News, Songs/Videos
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It appears that Kid Cudi is in a zone after announcing his initial plan of releasing a new EP titled Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon last month. Turns out that the EP will now be a full-length album and Kid Cudi has declared that it his finest release to date. That is quite a claim but after hearing the “Satellite Flight” single, Cudi fanatics should relish in hearing this announcement. The project is set to precede the third installment of Cudi’s highly revered Man On The Moon series as he detailed in this MTV interview. 

Despite the structural changes to the project, Cudi stated that the album will still fall in line with the chronology of his previous and future works. While many felt Cudi’s last album Indicud was a let down of sorts, if we are judging by Cudi’s confidence in the music those naysayers are in for a surprise:

“It was supposed to be this mini little thing for the fans and it ended up forming a life of its own. I’m really excited because it’s my best work and it’s a surprise. People weren’t really expecting it. I was just on fire creatively. It starts where Indicud left off perfectly, and takes you right into MOTM III. It’s like a TV show that ends with that cliffhanger. The album ends that way, where you get that one song and before you know it, the song is over and the album is over, but there’s a ‘to be continued…’ There’s more to the story.”

Click here to watch the interview and take a listen to Cudi’s first single off the project below!

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