After a cordial split with Plain Pat and Emile, Kid Cudi announced he would go in a new direction with Dot Da Genius that better reflects his vision.Over the weekend Cleveland rapper and G.O.O.D. Music artist Kid Cudi announced a split from his longtime producers Patrick “Plain Pat” Reynolds and Emile Haynie. Cudi worked with Reynolds and Haynie to form Dream On. The label was distributed through Universal Motown via a partnership with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint, and it
spawned Cudi’s first two albums Man On The Moon: The End Of Day and Man On The Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. Cudi made the announcement via his Twitter account.
Dream On is over.
new label announcement soon
In a series of following messages, Cudi added that he is still affiliated with G.O.O.D. Music, and the split from Reynolds and Haynie will not affect his relationship with West. Since the release of his A Kid Named Cudi mixtape, which featured the platinum single “Day N Nite,” Cudi has expressed the desire to incorporate more Rock elements in his music.
Kid Cudi also announced he already has a name for his new label venture, but he wanted to “lock it in contractually first.” The new label will be helmed with frequent Cudi collaborator Dot Da Genius. Finally, Cudi urged fans that the sound will be the same just “more real and true” to himself.
this is a day to rejoice, this isnt bad news. things are gonna be so epic, im like a kid on xmas eve im so excited bout this new chapter