KiD CuDi presents SATELLITE FLIGHT: The journey to Mother Moon
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||CleanDestination: Mother Moon||Kid Cudi||1:50||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanGoing To the Ceremony||Kid Cudi||3:48||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitSatellite Flight||Kid Cudi||4:34||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanCopernicus Landing||Kid Cudi||4:34||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanBalmain Jeans (feat. Raphael Saadiq)||Kid Cudi||5:27||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitToo Bad I Have To Destroy You Now||Kid Cudi||6:17||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanInternal Bleeding||Kid Cudi||4:16||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanIn My Dreams 2015||Kid Cudi||1:46||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanReturn of the Moon Man (Original Score)||Kid Cudi||5:15||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||CleanTroubled Boy||Kid Cudi||3:22||$1.29||View In iTunes|
|BookletDigital Booklet - Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon (Kid Cudi Presents)||Kid Cudi||--||Album Only||View In iTunes|
iTunes Editors’ Notes
In the years since Kid Cudi’s breakthrough 2009 debut, he’s become one of hip-hop’s most versatile and mercurial superstars. Just as you’re getting hypnotized by his late-night rhymes, Cudi switches it up—singing in a laidback drawl or assuming the role of guitar-playing frontman. He's tapped off-the-wall collaborators (like soft rock crooner Michael Bolton), reinterpreted Nirvana's cover of blues legend Lead Belly, and pushed his production aesthetic into progressively more experimental terrain. For Cudi's fourth solo album, Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, the innovative emcee brings in throwback-soul heartbreaker Raphael Saadiq and rekindles the collaborative magic with WZRD bandmate and producer Dot da Genius.
Please, go back to Man on the Moon
The new style isn’t bad… But it certainly isn’t the Kid Cudi that I want to listen to. I fully support it and will listen to it thoroughly but Cudi’s style on Man On The Moon 1 and 2 is undeniably better than this new Cudi
Okay, if you're a Cudi fan.. You will love this. Trippy and laced with even trippier beats. The man does it again. Prepare to take journey to mother moon
I respect Cudi for experimenting, but the album focuses too heavily on spacey/trippy sounds that just feel forced. I liked this better than Indicud and WZRD, but that isn’t a difficult feat.
As a long time fan I’m going to give the album a few more listens, but I wish Cudi didn’t have to drown everything out with moans and space noises.
Born: January 30, 1984 in Cleveland, OH
Years Active: '00s, '10s