I genuinely haven’t been this happy to hear new music since Mercy came out. And that’s a BIG deal because I still have a large amount of wood for that song. Around my latter years of high school, the age when everyone actually starts listening to real music, the first artist I became truly obsessed with was KiD CuDi. He was the first artist that I completely connected with in terms of emotion and creativity. From “A Kid Named Cudi”, to “Dat Kid From Cleveland”, to “MOTM: End of Day”, I was a Cudi fanatic, and therefore a recreational marijuana smoker. You don’t have one without the other. It’s like spaghetti and meatballs, but with rap and drugs. When Cudder starting putting Chip Tha Ripper (now King Chip) on the map by featuring him on some tracks, I instantly became fond of Chip as well. Ladies and gentlemen: we’re seeing the next era of classic CuDi and Chip (aka Almighty GloryUs) songs. This brand ass-spanking new track they have blessed us with was just released today and is titled Just What Iam. The song was produced by CuDi himself and will be on the KiD’s upcoming album “IndiCud”, which is still lacking a release date but is hoped to be released in 2012. The album has said to have grabbed inspiration from the sounds of Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic 2001” and will have an all-star list of features including Kanye West, Pusha T, Kendrick Lamar, King Chip, and possibly Jay-Z and 50 Cent. I think this will be his best album yet. If you look at CuDi’s past albums, he’s been on all over the place. “MOTM I” was more classic laid back CuDi, “MOTM II” darker and more experimental than the previous, and “WZRD” very alternative. With his recent trend of laying down very sick raps, I think CuDi is creatively at his best right now. The production on this beat was nuts too. If the sounds of this next album will be anything like this track, we’re about to have our faces blown away. HBO may kill his acting career by canceling “How To Make It In America”, but goddamnit the show has certainly gone on. Enjoy that ecstasy in your ears.