Kid Cudi Discography
All hip-hop fans looking for some good music to listen through your headphones, car stereo, or home system should check out the Kid Cudi discography. Kid Cudi, an American hip-hop artist, singe and actor, has released two studio albums, three singles, and two mixtapes. Kid Cudi, also known as Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, has worked with other popular artists, such as Kanye West, Common, and David Guetta. Kid Cudi was inspired by old school rap groups, such as the Pharcyde and A Tribe Called Quest. Kid Cudi released his first mixtape in July of 2008 ("A Kid Named Cudi"), which eventually led to his record deal with GOOD Music.
- "A Kid Named Cudi". Kid Cudi released his first mixtape as a free download on July 17th, 2008, which captured Kanye West's attention that eventually led to a record deal with GOOD Music. DJ Plain Pat and Emile produced the music on A Kid Named Cudi.
- "Man on the Moon: The End of Day". Kid Cudi, an acclaimed backpacker rapper, released his game-changing debut album through Universal Motown Records on September 25, 2009. Kid Cudi's first release sold more than 104,000 copies in the first week and charted #4 across the airwaves. "Day n' Nite", the album's most commercially successful single charted well in both the United States and Europe.
- "Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager". "Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager", the sequel to Kid Cudi's debut album, was released on November 10, 2010 by GOOD Music and Motown Records. Cudi's emphasis on reality, both good and bad, contrasted his debut album's theme of a dream world based entirely on fantasy. Kid Cudi delves into personal subjects, often controversial, such as his past cocaine addiction; however, his spacey, psychedelic style still remained in tact. Critics often draw correlations to Pink Floyd, Hendrix, and Zappa with a hint of "808s and Heartbreak".
"A Man Named Scott". Kid Cudi plans to release his mixtape entitled "A Man Named Scott", and an unannounced album in the summer of 2011.