Kid Cudi Axes 'Especial' Tour, Releases New Song as an Apology

'Things weren't together production wise... [and] I got a lot I'm dealing with at this time in my personal life,' he explains the cancellation in a Twitter post.

AceShowbiz - Who would've guessed that %cKid Cudi%'s Denver concert earlier this week was the first and also the last show on his "Especial" tour? A day after playing Fillmore Auditorium on Monday, November 30, the rapper announced that he'd decided to cancel the remaining dates. He explained his reasons in a lengthy message posted on his Twitter page.

"Things weren't together production wise and I need a bit to make some changes," he shared. "I got a lot I'm dealing with at this time in my personal life too and in order for the shows to be the best experience possible as well as keeping my sanity intact, I need to regroup."

"I'm sorry for any inconveniences I may have caused and I look forward to seeing all your smiling faces and feeling all your glorious love and energy at the top of next year," he added. He also thanked fans who attended his Monday show.

Cudder further apologized to fans by releasing a new song "Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven", a title track of an album he's releasing later this month. Arriving via his SoundCloud page, the guitar-driven track was produced by the 31-year-old himself along with Plain Pat. "It is out hope that this song makes you feel something again," said Cudi.

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