After parting ways due to "different visions" back in February 2011, Kid Cudi has announced that he'll be reuniting with old label partners-slash-producers Plain Pat and Emile on his upcoming solo album, 'Man on the Moon 3.'


Kid Cudi, Plain Pat and Emile go way back. Not only being credited as discovering the Cleveland talent, Pat and Emile produced heavily on 'Man on the Moon: The End of the Day' and its sequel, 'Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager' -- Cudi's most successful albums to date.

The trio also formed the record label, Dream On, in 2009 before dissolving it two years later.