With just a week left, the excitement is palpable for Kid Cudi's upcoming 10th project, INSANO. Slated to grace all streaming platforms on January 12, the project promises a musical journey, unveiling surprises in the feature list, production credits, and released singles. Get ready for a diverse and captivating experience.
Cudi treated fans to a two-pack on Soundcloud, featuring "ILL WHAT I BLEED/MOST AIN'T DENNIS." Other notable releases include "PORSCHE TOPLESS" and "AT THE PARTY," where he collaborates with guests like Travis Scott and Pharrell Williams.
Cudi took to Twitter to share his disappointment, stating:
""Hey gang, so I never heard back from Juice team, they said we could use it on my album and they would use it on his, but his team went ghost when we reached out and its been months so it wont be on the deluxe. I tried but u know, whatever not me""- Kid Cudi
Despite this setback, Cudi received clarification from Juice's former manager, Peter Jideonwo, who remains involved with Juice's team.
In response to Cudi's tweet, Peter explained:
""Song is cleared for @kidcudi but since it's on the party never ends [Juice's next album], it can’t come out till the release. It can be added to [Cudi's] album after that happens since his album has to come out now." "No one is ignoring or not responding to him. He knows this information, and that's the deal." "- Peter
Cudi expressed his surprise at this revelation, responding:
""First me hearing this. Never was told it can't come out till his album does. That's cool tho. We have answers. Power of a tweet.""- Kid Cudi
With this newfound clarity, it seems there's hope for the Juice WRLD collaboration to see the light of day, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release of INSANO to see if the anticipated track makes the final cut. The dynamics of social media and swift communication have played a pivotal role in resolving the uncertainty surrounding this collaboration.