Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, he revealed that the project can be expected in 2021. “#MOTMIII The Cudder Cut drops next year,” he tweeted, adding, “Extra scenes just for you.” Additional information regarding the exact release date, new tracks or features were not revealed, however, so fans will just have to wait for its release.
The announcement arrives just as The Chosen opened at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, earning a total of 144,000 equivalent album units. Of that number, 127,000 are credited to streaming equivalent album units (167.45 million on-demand streams of the album’s songs), 15,000 in album sales and 1,000 in track equivalent album units. This marks the highest-charting debut in Cudi’s Man On The Moon series, with 2009’s The End of Day debuting at No. 4 and 2010’s The Legend of Mr. Rager debuting at No. 3.
Other new debuts on this week’s Billboard 200 are Taylor Swift’s evermore at No. 1 and Jack Harlow‘s That’s What They All Say at No. 5. Swift’s folklore followup earned 329,000 equivalent album units and is her second No. 1 of the year, while Harlow’s debut album earned 51,000 equivalent album units.
#MOTMIII The Cudder Cut drops next year. Extra scenes just for you ???
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) December 18, 2020
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