Kid Cudi Says He Might Be ‘Nearing the End’ of His Rap Career: ‘Curious to See What Else I Can Do’

Kid Cudi’s pursuit of happiness may also lead him far from the hip-hop world quickly. In a new interview on First We Feast’s Hot Ones collection, Cudi chowed down on a few highly spiced wings and spread out approximately his destiny profession plans, which might not consist of track for all time.

After host Sean Evans added up the subject of growing older within the rap scene, the 38-year-antique “Day ‘n’ Nite” musician (whose actual name is Scott Mescudi) mentioned Snoop Dogg, JAY-Z, Eminem and different figures inside the genre who’ve inspired him with their durability.

“But I don’t sense like I even have what they have got. I simply don’t know if I wanna do song, drop albums for an excessive amount of longer, you recognize?” stated the performer, who recent dropped his 8th album, Entergalactic — a companion project to his lively Netflix unique of the identical name.

“I’m form of nearing the stop on all things Kid Cudi, I think.” Since hitting the scene together with his debut album, 2009’s Man at the Moon: The End of Day, Cudi’s finished fulfillment with hit singles like “Memories” with David Guetta and “The Scotts” with Travis Scott and 2018’s Kids See Ghosts, a collaborative album with Kanye West.

While Cudi’s also acted always for greater than a decade, recent years have visible him ramp up his movie career with roles in Don’t Look Up and X.

In addition to Entergalactic, he is presently connected to five more films that are in various levels of production: Crater, Silent Night, Teddy, September 17th and Real Life.

“I’m clearly curious to look what else I can do,” stated Cudi on Hot Ones earlier than detailing an sudden in all likelihood future profession route.

“I become thinking about this — and this is like a wacky concept I had years ago. But it would be cool to, like, someday be a kindergarten teacher. And just try this for a couple years.”

He persisted, “Like, after I’m, like, 50… And I just, like, infect the teenagers with that freshness.

Get ’em young, and then the ones kids will simply sprinkle the freshness to the world, and I’ll just be like, ‘Yes! Yes!’”