Kid Cudi Announces New Double Album Will Release This Month

It’s coming soon.

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Earlier this summer, Kid Cudi announced he would be dropping two new albums this year, and in mid-August “The Chosen One” took to Twitter to confirm that both albums have been recorded… but when it would be released, we still didn’t know. Well today, the Cleveland rapper once again took to Twitter stating he is still looking to find a release date for his album this month. Cudi continues to mention that the album has 18 tracks and is over one hour and 30 minutes long which would result in a double album release. The artist also mentions that the album will actually be available on all streaming and download services to make it easier for fans. The album is expected to be titled Passion Pain & Demon Slayin’. Check out Kid Cudi’s recent performance at Trillectro Music Festival where he debuted a new Pharrell-produced track.

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