Kid Cudi – Man on the Moon: The End of the Day Album



Finally Cudis album drops. Not that albums are really state of the art in the digital age of a accelerating informational flow, but this ones worth mentioning and like Cudi says himself on the album – its different – not only from the general hiphop material – but somehow different. And for all of you who havent followed Cudis rmx, features and many, many appearances all over – not only the interwens and blogland – this is a perfect introduction to him. His two biggest hits are on here – Poke here face (sampling the accoustic lady gaga version) and of course Day & Night. We all got up on Cudi some time ago when the Day and Night original dropped, the pre Crookers Rmx, and everybody was up on it – humming and singing the lonely stoner anthem. Then of course that rmx elevated it to pop-cult status and even went into the pop charts. The only, dare i say, “Rapper” respected and featured by all scenes alike – and thats what we want these days. No limiatations and boundaries as to what your music is. So this LP comes recommended probably by everyone – not just by me – bc its one of the few albums worth buying and listening to as a whole. And you know i never supported the idea of albums.


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