A Kid Named Cudi: Scott’s day to day life
MOTM I: Scott Mescudi’s experience on Earth and his dreams/nightmares, explaining “In My Dreams” and the scenes called (nightmare)’s.
MOTM II: The protagonist, Scott, almost overdoses on cocaine, as in real life, becoming Mr. Rager, specifically in the…
Q: You did appear on Yeezus on the song “Guilt Trip.” A lot of fans were excited to see you featured—although it was just the outro. What’s the story behind that collaboration?
A: The vocal that I did on that song was a couple years old. I forgot which session it was, but it was just a…
During the tour I started working on Satellite Flight and even after. I just got into the creative process and it wasn’t until I finished the album—I’m talking about when it was mixed and mastered—when I was like, “Wow, I made this entire project without drinking.” Kids are so quick to be like “Cudi, do coke! Get back on drugs. Cudi can’t do this without this.” And I put out some of my best product in a long time and I did it completely without alcohol.
When me and Dot were making music in Brooklyn we weren’t stoned all the time. We couldn’t afford it. We didn’t have booze. We couldn’t afford it. We did a lot of our music sober. A lot of those ideas came from my sober mind, whether it was “Pillow Talk” or “Highs and Lows.” Even “Day & Night,” which is a song that was born from me humming, I was at work and I was sitting there humming ideas into my Sidekick. I was at work completely sober. It reminded me of the power that comes from having a sober mind. The music benefits a great deal. It was something that I was surprised about.
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