Kid Cudi has always been one of my favorite artists. Ever since his debut mixtape A Kid Named Cudi back in 2008, I’ve steadily supported Mr. Rager through it all. Kid Cudi has had his share of battles from struggling with drug addiction to fighting at concerts with fans, so some of his music has reflected this. Now on his fourth studio album Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, I was expecting Cudi to drop another classic. HOW WRONG WAS I?!?!?! This is by far the worst project I’ve heard all year. Do not waste your time listening to this crap. I wish I could get the 45 minutes of my life back that I wasted listening to this album. With only 10 songs, and half of them being these weird instrumental film score-ish sounding interludes, this album has very little to offer. There isn’t a single hit on here that I can mention, and the lone feature from Raphael Saadiq is just out of place. The sad thing is that the track with him happens to be one of the not as bad songs on the album. I strongly feel that this project was rushed because not even a year ago, Indicud was released. There needed to be more time in between. Disappointment is an understatement this time. Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon scores a 1.5/5 flies…. I’m being generous.

Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon is available in stores and on iTunes