After taking a two-year break due to the Covid-19 situation, The Smoker‘s Club festival returns in 2022. The festival, which promotes Live Nation, has announced the cast of this year‘s festivities and it certainly looks like it will be very good. Kid Cudi, ASAP Rocky and Playboi Carti will lead the show at the Glen Helen Amphitheatre in San Bernardino, California, on April 30.
Other artists include Schoolboy Q (who performed the 2014 album Oxymoron), Wiz Khalifa (who performed the 2010 mixtape Kush & orange juice), 2 Chainz and Ferg, Lupe Fiasco (Food & Liquor performance), Flatbush Zombies, Dom Kennedy, Larry June, Yung Lean, Berner and Curren$y, Danny Brown, Rico Nasty, Earl Sweatshirt, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul and Wale, Joey Bada$$ and more.
See the full lineup above. General tickets go on sale next Monday (1/24) at 10 am PST. You can find more info on this link.
What’s Kid Cudi doing these days?
Kid Cudi continues his film career at full speed. A24 released the trailer for a new horror movie on Wednesday, January 12, in which Cudder plays the role of a porn star from the late 1970s.
If you’re curious about the plot of the movie, let me explain. Directed by Ti West, a group of filmmakers travel to a Texas wasteland to shoot an adult movie, and their home is classically haunted or magical. The members of the team begin to decline in an extremely bloody way.
Don’t Look Up Big Hits on Netflix
Kid Cudi starred in Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up with star names such as Ariana Grande, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Jennifer Lawrence, Maryl Streep. While the movie was talked about a lot, Kid Cudi’s performance was also appreciated.
After the Netflix movie came out on Christmas Eve, with a total of 21,520,000 watch hours, it became the second most watched movie on Netflix ever.