On Monday (December 28), Cudi revealed that he is gearing up to release a deluxe edition of the album, with “a nice amount” of extra tracks.
Asked by a fan if he plans on putting out an extended version of the album, Cudi replied: “Yeap, its called The Cudder Cut, and will feature a nice amount of new jams, some were cut for length, and a few surprises ;).”
Cudi hasn’t yet revealed when the deluxe edition of ‘Man On The Moon III: The Chosen’ will arrive.
Yeap, its called The Cudder Cut, and will feature a nice amount of new jams, some were cut for length, and a few surprises ? https://t.co/aRwYQ5iRpa
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) December 28, 2020
In a four-star review of Cudi’s new album, NME‘s Will Lavin called it a “cinematic masterstroke that electrifies the senses at every turn.”
The review continues: “Kid Cudi gives us every part of himself, laying out his insecurities and inner demons in the hope that it might help someone else, his words etched into a vivid backdrop of intoxicating melodies and palatial riffs. No one does mood music quite like Cudi.”
The track only lasts for 37 seconds and features a brief instrumental, backing vocals and a sample of a voice counting down: “Three, two, one.”
Despite that, ’Beautiful Trip’’s short running time has helped it set a new record on the Billboard Hot 100. It is now the shortest song to ever chart on the Hot 100, taking the 100th place last week.