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Kid Cudi speaks to Vibe about his work on Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3. Check it out here
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Newcomers Asher Roth and Kid Cudi are setting off on their first headlining tour this summer. The two Universal Motown artists will hit 19 cities around the U.S. as part of "the Great Hangover Tour" with support from B.O.B., an Atlanta-based rapper. Fellow Universal Motown group Pac Div will be on the bill for 11 of the dates, and the other eight will be treated to additional support from 88 Keys.
Roth, who released his "Asleep In The Bread Aisle" debut on April 20, has sold 121,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen Soundscan, and debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart the week of release. "I just want people to expect the unexpected, which is a little cliché to say, but at the same time I don't want people to kind of pigeon-hole me," he told Billboard last month.
As previously reported, Kid Cudi's debut, "The Man On The Moon With The Guardians," is slated for a late August release. His single, "Day N' Nite," peaked at No. 3 on the Hot 100 and has sold 540,000 digital downloads, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Here are the dates for "the Great Hangover" Tour."
July 14: Boston (House of Blues) July 15: New York (Nokia Theater) July 16: Mariaville, N.Y. (Indian Lookout) July 17: Cleveland (House of Blues) July 18: Detroit (Royal Oak) July 20: Kansas City, Mo. (Voodoo Lounge) July 21: Denver (Ogden) July 22: Salt Lake City (Harry O's) July 23: Las Vegas (House of Blues) July 24: San Francisco (Regency Theatre) July 26: Los Angeles (House of Blues) July 27: Phoenix (Marquee) July 29: Dallas (House of Blues) July 30 Austin, Texas (Stubbs) July 31 Houston (House of Blues) August 2 Atlanta (Tabernacle) August 3: Norfolk, Va. (Norva) August 4: Baltimore (Rams Head) August 5: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
Ok, so back in February we posted a new Kid Cudi song "Sky May Fall" that was mashed with footage from the upcoming Transformers 2 movie. Someone has since updated that with more recent and longer playing footage. Anyway, the movie is lookin so hot and "Sky MayFall" is so amazing in the first place haha, I couldn't resist posting this update. Enjoy!
"Universal Motown has confirmed Kid Cudi’s official second single as “Make Her Say” (formerly known as “Poke Her Face”) featuring Kanye West and Common. The Lady GaGa sampled-song will be released to iTunes on June 9, while Cudi’s debut album Man on the Moon: The End of Daydrops August 25.