KiD CuDi

Topics: Kid Cudi Pages: 2 (698 words) Published: December 3, 2013

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Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, known better as KiD CuDi, is considered a genre-defying artist. KiD CuDi’s music classifies as hip-hop and rock, which seem to be opposites, but he effortlessly combines the two as if they were meant to be. CuDi released his most recent album on April 16, 2013 titled Indicud. “Mad Solar” was one of the more emotional and personal songs CuDi featured in his latest breathtaking albums. The song has an eerie feeling to it, but nevertheless, CuDi exonerates his feelings and inner thoughts into it.

KiD CuDi does not hesitate to open up the song powerful, stating that he is secluded and he questions if we really know one another. CuDi goes further into the first verse by stating that he knows that he is different and that no one understands him, but he is okay with being alone. Life and the people around others ultimately do affect their life, whether they are good or bad company. CuDi has been through bad times with recently dropping from G.O.O.D Music, drug abuse and withdrawal, child custody battles over his daughter, and even betrayal from who he thought were his friends. Those difficult times that made him question his life and pushed him towards loneliness, resulted in CuDi being “cold blooded”. Through all the hard times, music was an outlet to him. CuDi has changed because of the trials he has faced, and he has lost fans because of this change. If the public sees him a certain way, then that is perfectly fine to him because in the end he is doing well in his career. “Fuck ‘em” is an expression used to show that the public’s comments are disregarded in his mind because it is his life, not theirs.

The hook is where KiD CuDi is reaching out to those people who think he is and telling them that their opinion does not affect himself as a person. CuDi has always been known for being fascinated with outer space; his references with space symbolize being high, his inner thoughts, the loneliness and darkness...
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