Kid Cudi’s Album Hit With Second Delay
The upcoming G.O.O.D. Music release day — originally scheduled for September 14 — was squashed last week when news broke that Kid Cudi‘s album, ‘Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager,’ had been pushed back to a September 28 release. Now, the album has been hit with a second delay.
The Cleveland rapper was set to debut his sophomore effort on the same day that Kanye West and his fellow label mates Big Sean and Consequence would drop their respective projects, but fans won’t be able to get their hands on the album until October 26.
As to be expected, Universal Records has not issued an explanation for the second delay, but it’s safe to assume that they were attempting to ward off the competition from T.I.‘s ‘King Uncaged,’ and Young Jeezy‘s ‘Thug Motivation 103′, both of which are scheduled for a September 28 release.
In the past few weeks, a series of new Cudi songs have hit the web, including the album’s first single ‘REVOFEV,’ followed by the Kanye West-featured ‘Erase Me,’ and the new track ‘Mojo So Dope,’ which leaked on the Internet on Thursday (July 29).
Cudder recently performed the single ‘REVOFEV’ during an intimate appearance at the BAPE store in New York City, where he was previously employed.