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Kid Cudi’s made a lot of famous friends on his yearlong journey from mixtape whiz-kid to 2010 Grammy nominee. He’s guested for the likes of Robin ThickeSantigold, and Jay-Z, and got help from MGMTRatatat, and mentor Kanye West for his 2009 debut Man on the Moon: The End of Day. Cudi’s not wasting any momentum from the success of that Billboard-charting release, and is already back in the studio with—you guessed it—a slew of special friends. Already confirmed for Cudder and the Revolution of EvolutionSnoop DoggPharrell, and Travis Barker. The album credits could get a lot longer if Cudi pulls some names off his collaboration wish list, which includes Green DayKings of Leon, and The Killers. Phew! That's a lot of name-dropping. Whoever ultimately makes the Cudder cut, Cudi’s smooth flow over a more rock-oriented album will certainly garner some Grammy nods in 2011.


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i hope cudi doesnt go all rock like lil wayne and alot of mainstream artist.


Cudi will never be anything but himself in his music. So if rock and roll is the way he chooses to express himself, then it be just as good as any of his other music.


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