Posted by , May 28, 2015 at 09:42am
Kid Cudi announces that his new album "Speedin' Bullet To Heaven" will be an entirely solo (dolo) effort.

Kid Cudi's last album, 2014's Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, only had one guest on it: veteran R&B singer Raphael Saadiq, who lent vocals to "Balmain Jeans." For his next album, Cudi will be going even lighter on the guest appearances, announcing today that Speedin' Bullet To Heaven will have no features.

Announced in April, the album will feature contributions from Plain Pat, Emile Haynes, and A-Trak, all of whom have worked with Cudder before (although A-Trak was only involved in signing him to Fool's Gold in 2008). Along with the April 4th announcement, Cudi added that the album would be "coming really really soon," so realistically we could be getting Speedin' Bullet To Heaven any day now.

Kid Cudi Says There Will Be No Features On "Speedin' Bullet To Heaven"

Kid Cudi announces that his new album "Speedin' Bullet To Heaven" will be an entirely solo (dolo) effort.


Kid Cudi's last album, 2014's Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, only had one guest on it: veteran R&B singer Raphael Saadiq, who lent vocals to "Balmain Jeans." For his next album, Cudi will be going even lighter on the guest appearances, announcing today that Speedin' Bullet To Heaven will have no features.

Announced in April, the album will feature contributions from Plain Pat, Emile Haynes, and A-Trak, all of whom have worked with Cudder before (although A-Trak was only involved in signing him to Fool's Gold in 2008). Along with the April 4th announcement, Cudi added that the album would be "coming really really soon," so realistically we could be getting Speedin' Bullet To Heaven any day now.

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