Kid Cudi Wanted To Make ‘Super Songs’ With Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky

If you’re wondering why Kid Cudi seems to be absent vocally-speaking on some of the tracks from his third solo album, Indicud, it’s because he really wanted to show his hand as a producer. And that’s clear on tracks like “Solo Dolo Pt. II” with Kendrick Lamar and “Brothers” with A$AP Rocky (and King Chip), where Cudi falls back on his verses to let the two young MCs shine. Read the full story at MTV news or hear Cudi explain in the video above.