Kid Cudi’s 2008 Mixtape ‘A Kid Named Cudi’ Headed To Streaming Services


Kid Cudi confirmed on Twitter this weekend that he is working to get his debut, breakout mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi, on to streaming services. The tape originally dropped in 2008. It was a game-changing release, properly introducing Kid Cudi’s unique sound, and would ultimately put everything in motion for the beloved Cleveland rapper’s career.

There were some timeless cuts off this tape such as “Day N Nite,” “The Prayer,” “Man The Moon,” “Cleveland Is The Reason,” and more. There’s not a specific date set on when it will become available, but Cudi has assured his fans that he’s got us:

Workin on puttin A Kid Named Cudi on streaming services!! I got u!! 🤗

— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) March 14, 2021

There appears to be a wave of artists looking to get their older content onto streaming services. It was recently announced that Mac Miller’s 2014 mixtape Faces is also on its way to streaming services.