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and hes not afraid to say whats on his mind, and thats something we all need to hear. "i'm not afraid to talk about who i am and how i feel," cudis said in a september interview with the new york times. "i can't get no respect. i'm a 39-year-old black man that makes dope music. i have a gigantic library, i have a studio. but i'm still on the moon in my own eyes, in my own mind. i'm going to keep doing what i'm doing."
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however, the album's second single, 'day n nite', is like a breezy summertime pop anthem, with a chorus that rips off kanye west's 'gold digger'. the song was accompanied by a short film that told the story of cudi's college days, playing out through a series of photos of him and friends that were taken during the summer of 1999. it's a visually stunning intro to an album that looks to be a standout piece of hip-hop art.
'big man on the land' is an unapologetic example of classic pop-rap, with a chorus that includes one of the best lyrics of the year. 'i was a big fan of hip-hop when i was a little kid. i remember when i saw it takes a nation of millions to hold us back by public enemy. i was like, these guys are talking about the same stuff i talk about. they have the same feelings i have about this shit'. when he was younger, cudi also used to love the wu-tang clan. 'i liked method man, i liked ghost, i liked wu-tang and i even got a $5 baseball card of ol' dirty bastard'. then, he used to listen to'mash-ups' of those classic hip-hop tracks with pop-rock songs. he's still one of the few rappers who acknowledges that hip-hop and pop can work together without feeling like they're competing. 3d9ccd7d82