With WZRD dropping tomorrow, February 28, Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius had a lot to say. From the personal stuff to the state of music, the guys get deep with Joe La Puma and offer a revealing look into what’s bound to be one of the most polarizing albums of the year so far.
“Hip-hop is a really lucrative business. A lot of people get into it to make money and ain’t nothing wrong with that either. It’s a positive business venture. Why not? But at the same time, that’s all music has turned into. The artistry is lost in the cracks.”
“I noticed this year that a lot of my heroes and people that I look up to are deceased. I was just really inspired by Kurt Cobain’s life and his story and his music. I just felt really empty at that point in my life.”