AA Kid Cudi Man On The Moon 3 Review

AA Kid Cudi Man On The Moon 3 Review

Kid Cudi Man on the Moon 3

It has gone by in a flash this year, hasn’t it, 2017? Seems like only yesterday I was writing my first blog post for the Builders Blog. And now we’re into 2018 and it’s been a fun ride as I’ve been introduced to many new people and a lot of new opportunities. And for many, many readers, this is their first blog, welcome!


"Elsie's Baby Boy (Flashback)" contains an interpolation of "The House of the Rising Sun", written by Alan Price.

But even when Cudi pauses the rage, Man on the Moon III is no better. If it wasn’t real, “She Knows This” would be known as a lazy parody of a Cudi song: It starts off with a Michael Cera sample from Scott Pilgrim and ends with Cudi using vocal manipulation techniques that should have been retired after the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy sessions. The second half of the album hits all of Cudi’s clichés: “The Void” has the lifeless hums; “Lovin’ Me” has the empty-hearted collab with an indie darling, this time it’s Phoebe Bridgers; “Elsie’s Baby Boy” has the half-assed singing on a miserable-sounding guitar sample that has plagued almost every Cudi record after Man on the Moon II. (Source: pitchfork.com)


Man on the Moon III: The Chosen is the seventh studio album by American rapper Kid Cudi. It was released on December 11, 2020 by Republic Records. It is the final installment of Cudi's Man on the Moon trilogy of albums (which includes 2009's Man on the Moon: The End of Day and 2010's Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager). (Source:

Man on the Moon III: The Chosen received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who praised Cudi's songwriting and generally favored the latter two acts, though some found it derivative of Cudi's earlier albums. It debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, earning 144,000 album-equivalent units of which 15,000 were pure sales, marking Cudi's fifth top 10 album in the US. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Man on the Moon III: The Chosen was met with generally positive reviews. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from professional publications, the album received an average score of 71, based on 10 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews". (Source:en.wikipedia.org))



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