Cudi Shows Off New Album.
The Man on the Moon series has been a signature piece of Kid Cudi’s catalog and the Cleveland native has revealed the next installment through his Twitter. Earlier today, Cudi tweeted an image of the album cover and tracklist for Man on the Moon III.
The final album in the trilogy is an 18-track homage to the stylings and themes that granted Kid Cudi his early success. Feature highlights for the upcoming project include songs with Trippie Redd and the late Pop Smoke.
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) December 7, 2020
Before the announcement of Man on the Moon III, Cudi’s last project was the collaboration album Kids See Ghost done with Kanye West in 2018. In its debut, the album came out at number 2 on the Billboard 100 list selling 142,000 units in the first week.
Album Artwork Receives High Praise
When Man on the Moon III was announced, one of the first things people notice is the unique artwork. The concept behind the artwork is reminiscent of the artwork from his original Man on the Moon album, again showing how Cudi has come full circle with this series of music.
The artist behind the artwork, Sam Spratt, took to his Twitter to reveal the cover to the fans and instantly received a response of excitement and anticipation.
YOU DID A GREAT JOB!
— YOURE GONNA BE OK (@ShowYouSuck) December 7, 2020
— Anthony⛵ (@Toonyton3) December 7, 2020
Since Kid Cudi first teased Man on the Moon III at the end of October, fans wanted to know more about the project. If the third installment of this trilogy has success like the two albums that proceed it (both sold over 100k), Cudi is primed to finish his 2020 on a high note.
His other features this year, with Travis Scott and Eminem, show that there is still a great admiration and respect for Cudi after being in the game for the past 10 years.
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