Kid Cudi Reveals When ‘A Kid Named Cudi’ Will Hit Streaming Services

In a series of tweets shared on Monday, Kid Cudi revealed plans to bring his first mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi, to streaming services this month.

“July 8 Flying to the Moon Kids Volume 1 (The Best). July 15 is a boy named Cudi. I love you. You’re welcome,” he tweeted Monday, to fan fervor. The 2008 project that led Cudi to work with Kanye West includes Cudi’s groundbreaking single “Day ‘n’ Nite”.

A Kid Named Cudi dropped July 17th 2008. This official release is 2 days shy of the 14th anniversary,” he added. “I am so damn excited u all get to enjoy it again, remastered, w all the jams that made people fans from jump. Also, did a new intro.” In a retweet of a fan, he also confirmed plans to release the record on vinyl. As for the best of compilation Cudi teased, fans can find out more about The Boy Who Flew to the Moon Vol. 1 this Wednesday.

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Last month, Cudi announced the star-studded lineup for his Moon Man’s Landing festival in Cleveland. Among those set to perform are Playboi Carti, Haim, Dominic Fike, Pusha-T, and Cudi himself. He’s also set to go on a world tour, where he’ll be joined by Don Tolivier, Denzel Curry, Strick, and 070 Shake for select dates.

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