It's been a good few months for fans of Kid Cudi, with the musician popping up on DONDA, Nigo's I Know NIGO!, as well as Pusha T's latest album Almost Dry, and he's also been starring in Netflix's Don't Look Up alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep, and most recently he was a part of A24's horror film X. Basically, he's been booked and busy.

Cudi has also been stepping it up in the fashion department, wearing Nigo's KENZO to the Met Gala, featuring in a Levi's campaign, dropping $400 tees, wearing an ERL wedding gown, and so on.

Now, he's teased new music on Twitter by resharing a video from 2019, captioned "Should I drop this?"

We haven't had an album since Man On The Moon III: The Chosen in 2020, so needless to say, fans would love some new tracks from Kid Cudi.

Of course, there are plenty of responses to his tweet asking the singer to drop the song, as well as a new album, but there are also plenty of people who are still pushing Cudi to "apologize to Ye."

Earlier this year, the two had a massive fallout, and Kid Cudi announced that their collaborative track on Pusha T's album would be their last-ever song together as a result.

It remains to be seen whether we can expect some new Cudi tracks to drop in the near future,

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