Kid Cudi Reveals When His Debut Mixtape ‘A Kid Named Cudi’ Will Appear On Streaming Services

Next year would’ve been the 15th anniversary of Kid Cudi’s debut mixtape A Kid Named Cudi. He released the project back in the summer of 2008 and it helped launch him into the rap spotlight thanks to its highlight track, “Day N Nite.” Last year, Kid Cudi announced that the project would be brought onto streaming platforms in the future, and at long last, we finally know when that will happen. In a tweet Cudi shared on Independence Day, he revealed that A Kid Named Cudi will land on streaming platforms in just a couple of weeks on July 15.

In a second tweet, Kid Cudi spoke about A Kid Named Cudi finally arriving on DSPs. “‘A Kid Named Cudi’ dropped July 17th 2008,” he wrote. “This official release is 2 days shy of the 14th anniversary. I am so damn excited u all get to enjoy it again, remastered, w all the jams that made people fans from jump. Also, did a new intro.” One fan asked if A Kid Named Cudi would be pressed on vinyl and Cudi happily replied, “Yes!”

In the initial tweet, Cudi also revealed that a project called The Boy Who Flew To The Moon Vol. 1 will be released on July 8. He added that the project’s artwork will arrive on Tuesday while its tracklist will be shared on Wednesday.

You can read Cudi’s tweets in the posts above.