Kid Cudi Says He “Doesn’t Know” If Pharrell Will Ever Work With Him Again
Kid Cudi indicated more albums with Kanye West are coming, along with a new TV show and A.P.C. collab in the works earlier this summer in a cover story with Billboard. Now, the revered Cleveland artist is under the spotlight once more, this time opening up about his music, mental health and life in a new profile with GQ, following his triumphant return with Kids See Ghosts back in June.
Read on a few takeaways from the conversation below, and for its entirety, head on over to GQ.
On Kids See Ghosts being a departure from his signature emo midwesterner tune…
“I chose to write the light. Me and Kanye both agreed that we wanted to create a spiritual album. I know kids are used to hearing me talk about darkness, but I’m living in the light now.”
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“I know kids are used to hearing me talk about darkness, but I'm living in the light now,” @kidcudi says. He's been plenty outspoken about his struggles. He’s battled critics, depression, and, at times, Kanye West. But now, re-emerging with a new creative optimism, he talks to @markanthonygreen about his new mood, creating with Kanye and his biggest source of happiness: his 8-year-old daughter. More at the link in bio. (