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‘Indicud’ showcases Cudi’s increasingly indie sound

By Greer Smith, Opinions Editor

April 26, 2013

By Greer Smith Opinions Editor The last time Kid Cudi released an album, there were mixed reviews. Cudi became known for his trippy, stoner style presented on his first two albums, Man on the Moon: The Guardians (2009) and Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (2010). After he reportedly s...

Kid Cudi freshens up the music scene with WZRD

Kid Cudi freshens up the music scene with WZRD

By By: Kara Phillips, Staff Writer

March 27, 2012

 In today's music, artists usually stick to one genre because they are driven more by the fear of losing their fans than by the desire to explore other forms of music. It is rare to find artists who break out of the norm by creating an album that is outside their comfort zone while powerfully radiat...

Kid Cudi’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ is an eerie wonder

November 23, 2010

Two summers ago, a track titled “Day N’ Nite” hit music blogs and indie radars like wildfire. The artist, a blossoming rap phenomenon known as Kid Cudi, made his mark as the heavily remixed song caught the eye of Kanye West and eventually spiraled onto popular radio. A couple of months later, he...

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