Kid Cudi Promises Ratatat Collaborations On ‘Indicud’

    Like the excitement for Indicud isn’t high (no pun intended) enough already (“Just What Iam” has been released; “King Wizard” has been previewed), Kid Cudi entices us further for his forthcoming third solo album. In response to a fan’s tweet, the Double O rapper promised that there will be jams with Ratatat on his new record.

    The New York-based experimental duo famously collaborated with Cudi on his 2009 debut, Man on the Moon: The End of the Day, making for iconic anthems like “Alive (Nightmare)” and “Pursuit of Happiness,” also featuring MGMT. Let’s hope the three of them can reignite that same musical spark (I’m sure a little indica wouldn’t go amiss).

    On a Twitter spree back in July, Cudi revealed a number of further guests appearances on Indicud, listing off Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, Jaden Smith, Cage and King Chip. He added that he wanted to work with 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks, and that he “got something” to play Jay-Z.

    No further updates have been made since, but Prefixmag will keep you informed.