Kid Cudi Unveils 'Satellite Flight' Cover Art and Tracklist
Kid Cudi has revealed the cover art and the full tracklist of his upcoming album, "Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon". Designed by the rapper himself, the album cover features his silhouette in front of a constellation of stars.
The tracklist, meanwhile, is unveiled in a photo that was shared via Twitter on Thursday, February 13. The 10 tracks, which include Cudi's collaboration with R&B legend Raphael Saadiq "Balmain Man", are all set to be included in the album's digital edition.
Cudi has promised that more tracks will appear in the physical edition. "This is just the digital release track listing. New jams will be added for the physical, kind of like a extended 'Directors Cut'! yahm," he told his Twitter followers.
"Satelitte Flight" was initially announced as an EP. Late last month, he revealed that the project would arrive as a full album. "Satellite Flight is an album now :) thats what u get for being so patient w me. Ur gonna love it. Ur gonna love it. Ur gonna f**king LOVE!" he tweeted on January 27. "I have an excitement deep in the bellows of my loins haha."
Marking Cudi's fourth studio set, the record is expected to be released later this month. The "Need for Speed" star previously said that his album would arrive within 24 hours after he announced the release date.
Satellite Flight track listing ;) pic.twitter.com/kxTycBlQxG— Scott Mescudi (@ducidni) February 13, 2014
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