Kid Cudi Drops Powerful New Album Only 1 Month After Leaving Rehab — Listen

What a masterpiece! Kid Cudi dropped a powerful new album on Dec. 15, only one month after leaving rehab. The rapper features 19 tracks on his latest debut, suitably titled ‘Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin.’ Listen to his evolved sound here!We are in awe!Kid Cudi, 32, released his highly anticipated album Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’on Dec. 15, featuring 19 empowering tracks that discuss his trials andtribulations like never before. For his new project, the rapper recruited major A-list talent such as André 3000,Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott, Willow Smithand more. Cudi’s latest debut comes at an especially vulnerable time since he left rehab only one month ago, after seeking professional help for depression and suicidal thoughts.LISTEN TO HIS BRAND NEW ALBUM RIGHT HERE.PASSION, PAIN & DEMON SLAYIN’DEC 16 digital DEC 23— The Chosen One (@KidCudi)December 1, 2016Cudi’s new 80-minute album is separated intofour acts, similar to that ofMan on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. Although it was originally set to drop this Sept., Cudi decided to push back the date in order to tend to his personal problems and we don’t blame him! The Cleveland-native recently appeared at Long Beach’s ComplexCon, where hetook thestagealongside Pharrell and Travis for the first time since his rehab stint. “I’m overwhelmed,” he told the crowd. “Y’all gonnamake me cry and shit.” Fans were loudly cheering in approval to show their support!Celebrity Diss Songs — See Pics HereIt’s great to see Cudi in better spirits these days, after he confessed to his internal struggles via Facebook on Oct. 4. “Its been difficult for me to find the words to what Im aboutto share with youbecause I feel ashamed,” he wrote, revealing that he was headed to rehab. “It took me a while to get to this place of commitment, but it is somethingI have to do for myself, my family, my best friend/daughter and all of you, my fans.” We’re so inspired by his incredible bravery!


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