Yesterday, Kid Cudi took to Twitter to call attention to a recent mishap that happened involving his new song, “Porsche Topless.” He claims in his Tweet that although he provided Apple Music with the correct lyrics to the song, they instead made up their own lyrics to provide to fans. “Hey Guys @AppleMusic, I put in the time to write out all my lyrics and send them to u,” the Tweet reads. “Its really stressful to see you guys just make up whatever lyrics you want and not include the proper lyrics that were given to you. Please fix PORSCHE TOPLESS so my fans have the correct lyrics. Thanx! Scott.” Apple’s DJ Reflex then reportedly fixed the lyrics, leading to Kid Cudi shouting him out on Twitter.
Alongside the single’s release, Kid Cudi also revealed the album title for his latest project last week. Dubbing it INSANO, he told fans that the new album will be his most “powerful” contribution of all. “I’ve never made a project this powerful before in my life. Sitting, listening to these mixes, I just know that this shit is going to move you,” Cudi revealed.
Kid Cudi Asked Apple Music To Correct Lyrics
“Y’all are going to f*ck with this shit in such a major way and I’m so f*cking excited. I just wanted to get on here and just let y’all know that I’m not gonna let y’all down,” he said in March, “This is gonna be the album of the year right now, I’m not playing. This is not a f*cking joke. Tell everybody you f*cking know, ok?”
In April, it was also confirmed that Kid Cudi will produce and star in a new horror film. He’ll work alongside Sam Levinson to produce Hell Naw, which he claims will “f*ck you up.” “You will laugh, oh yes you will, but the horror aspect of this movie will really be something to see. You will be shook. I promise,” he told fans. “This movie has been 5 years in the making. I am telling the world now, this film will fuck you up in all the best ways. I have been a horror fan since I was 7 years old,” he also claimed. “The first horror movies I ever saw were Night of the Living Dead and Evil Dead. And from that point on, I was hooked on the feeling of being frightened.”