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Kid Cudi Rocks Out on ‘Going To The Ceremony’

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Kid Cudi‘s recent third solo album, ‘Indicud’ — which doubled up as his first full-length production effort — may have been met with mixed reactions, but the Lonely Stoner reunites with his old buddy Dot Da Genius on this brand new offering, ‘Going To The Ceremony.’

Blending heart-aching riffs and subtle bass kicks with Mr. Mescudi’s trademark brooding croons, this definitely sounds like a leftover from the pair’s 2012 alternative rock effort, ‘WZRD.’ Its wandering, spacey closing sequence also echoes from 2009′s ‘Man on the Moon: The End of the Day.’

Either way, Cudi fans should be able to enjoy all — if not parts — of their visit to the ceremony.

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