Kid Cudi has doubled down on his statements from earlier this month that we would be getting a deluxe version of his recently-released Man on the Moon 3: The Chosen. Interacting with fans on Twitter, Cudi shared further information on what the deluxe version would be called and what it would comprise.

According to Cudi it will be called “The Cudder Cut” and will feature a number of new tracks, extended versions of existing tracks, and “a few surprises.”

Cudi also added that the deluxe version will be glorious and is for ultimate Cudder fans. The Cudder Cut is expected to arrive at some point in early 2021 and it’s highly likely Kid Cudi will be dropping more music in 2021, as teased in the Tweet below.

In addition to the above teasers, Cudi confirmed that there will be more videos and that we could be seeing Playboi Carti on the deluxe edition of Man on the Moon 3: The Chosen.

Stay tuned for updates and, in the meantime, read our review of the album here.

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