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WZRD by WZRD

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WZRD

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Label: Republic Records
Kid Cudi's WZRD collaboration with producer Dot Da Genius is billed as a "rock" album. Yet save for a few guitar flourishes, particularly on "High Off Life," it sounds like Cudi's usual material, from slow and ponderous tempos to half-rapped/half-sung chants that he speaks slowly and dramatically as if they are major insights. He often wavers between innovation and pretentiousness, yet much of WZRD hits a happy medium, and a few of the tracks, like "The Dream Time Machine" and "Teleport 2 Me, Jamie," are standouts.

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Kid Cudi's WZRD collaboration with producer Dot Da Genius is billed as a "rock" album. Yet save for a few guitar flourishes, particularly on "High Off Life," it sounds like Cudi's usual material, from slow and ponderous tempos to half-rapped/half-sung chants that he speaks slowly and dramatically as if they are major insights. He often wavers between innovation and pretentiousness, yet much of WZRD hits a happy medium, and a few of the tracks, like "The Dream Time Machine" and "Teleport 2 Me, Jamie," are standouts.

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About This Album

Kid Cudi's WZRD collaboration with producer Dot Da Genius is billed as a "rock" album. Yet save for a few guitar flourishes, particularly on "High Off Life," it sounds like Cudi's usual material, from slow and ponderous tempos to half-rapped/half-sung chants that he speaks slowly and dramatically as if they are major insights. He often wavers between innovation and pretentiousness, yet much of WZRD hits a happy medium, and a few of the tracks, like "The Dream Time Machine" and "Teleport 2 Me, Jamie," are standouts.