Kid Cudi Announces 'Man On The Moon III' And Teases "A Couple More Treats"

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The long-awaited third and final installment of Kid Cudi's 'Man On The Moon' series, dubbed 'The Chosen,' is officially arriving this Friday, Dec. 11, alongside some trippy cover art and a range of intriguing guests.

Cudder took to social media to share a handful of details about the project, including the tracklist comprised of four acts and 18 total songs with features from Pop Smoke, Skepta, Trippie Redd and Phoebe Bridgers.

He also enlisted the talents of his day one beatmakers Dot Da Genius, familiar collaborators like Plain Pat, Emile Haynie and Mike Dean, as well as the fresh fingers of Take A Daytrip.

Guided by "epic production," the album revolves around the story that in one night, Cudi "must face himself again and fight to win back his soul from the evil Mr. Rager." "He finds himself lost dealing with the same pain he had not felt in years," he added.

Sam Spratt, who also designed the cover of Logic's last album, 'No Pressure,' hand-painted this latest piece. He gave fans a rare view of the sketch used for the final product.

Considering it's been over four years since Cudi delivered a full-length project, most people would probably be satisfied with this content alone. Yet Cudi may have a few more surprises up his sleeve.

Yooo! "Im not done w 2020 yet," he tweeted earlier this week. "Couple more treats on the horizon."

Stay scheming: When a fan questioned how he could humanly fit anything else into a year already filled with activity, like founding a production and music management firm called Mad Solar, Cudi simply remarked, "Oh the possibilities."