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Kid Cudi teases sequel to 2013 album "Indicud"

Kid Cudi. (Shutterstock/Kathy Hutchins)
Kid Cudi. (Shutterstock/Kathy Hutchins)

Kid Cudi has hinted that he's open to making a sequel to his 2013 album "Indicud."

While interacting with fans on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, on Sunday, Cudi, who has already dropped two albums this year, teased a possible sequel to "Indicud" after one fan called it "flawless."

“Idk what was in my soul at the time, Idk if I was possessed by something haha but that is truly one of my greatest achievements,” the "Man on the Moon" rapper wrote of the album, which was his first produced entirely by himself.

“I am so fuckin happy u dig that one," he added. "Maybe I produce another record?? Could be fun. Indicud part 2. Should I?"

Following his initial reply, Cudi then re-listened to "Indicud" and shared his reactions in a series of tweets.

"Listening to Red Eye. Just lettin the album play. Wow. I cant believe I made this shit haha I havent listened in years. How ths songs go right into each other. Very happy time. Man, I snapped," he wrote in one post.

In another, the two-time Grammy Award winner thanked fellow rapper Too $hort for his part on "Girls."

"That was a dream come true," Cudi wrote. "@TooShort thank u brother, for ur support and love. We gotta rock again for old times sake. For the bay and cleveland."


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