Kid Cudi released his highly anticipatedMan on the Moon III: The Chosen,his eagerly awaited seventh full-length studio album and the third instalment of his legendary Man On The Moon series
Cudi returns with 18 new songs, inviting a cast of A-list collaborators to join him in space. These include anthems such as “Show Out” [feat. Pop Smoke and Skepta], “Lovin’ Me”[feat. Phoebe Bridgers], and “Rockstar Knights” [feat. Trippie Redd]. Not to mention, acclaimed director Nabil [Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean] has directed the music videos for “She Knows This”and “Heaven On Earth”—set to be unveiled soon. Check out the full track-listing below.
In other big news, Cudi recently co-founded his own production and music management company Mad Solar backed by none other than Bron.
Cudi blasted off into history with Man on the Moon: The End of Day in 2009. It has since gone double-platinum, garnered three GRAMMY® Award nominations, and seized a spot on Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.”A year later, Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager claimed #3 on the Billboard Top 200 and went platinum.
Audiences worldwide have clamored for the next chapter of this trilogy for a decade now. Cudi delivers with Man on the Moon III: The Chosen now.
Russian vocalist and producer Vincent Barrea has just released his latest track, ‘Chemical Or Love’ on 31 October via Maitre Music. Fast on its tail came the music video, already amassing hundreds of thousands of views within the few weeks of its release.
In an interview on E-D-M, Barrea described the difficult filming process that was behind the impactful video however, he makes it clear that he always had complete confidence in his director. “I completely trust Tata, if she believes that it is necessary to do this, I am ready to freeze, burn in the fire, swim across the Lamansh, rob a bank, walk on a tightrope between skyscrapers, anything for her. Moreover, they are always clearly responsible for safety on the set, so I was totally calm.” You can read the full interview here.
We’re comforted by the idea that Barrea displayed such trust in Tata Belinina as the results simply would not be the same without her high-risk ideas. Almost battling the elements, both fire and water are proudly displayed, mirroring the internal conflict that drives the track. We’re looking forward to seeing what Barrea and Belinina think up for their next collaboration.