Multi-hyphenate artist Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi has announced that he will be bringing his ‘To The Moon Tour’ to The O2 on Tuesday 15 November 2022 – his first appearance in the UK since 2009.
The announcement comes as Kid Cudi has recently unveiled the first single from his new record. “Do What I Want” was released earlier this month and arrives as a first glimpse into the artist’s brand-new studio album ‘Entergalactic’, due later this year. The album’s release will also coincide with the debut of Kid Cudi’s animated music series of the same name, produced in collaboration with Netflix.
Riding high off a wide array of work across music, television and film, the Grammy Award-winning musician released his album ‘Man on the Moon III: The Chosen’ in 2020 and debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 in the US. Recently, he has also appeared as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live, collaborated with Ariana Grande on the original song “Just Look Up” for Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up’ and starred in A24’s 2022 horror-hit ‘X’. Kid Cudi also recorded the single “Stars in the Sky” for the 2022 film ‘Sonic The Hedgehog 2’.
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