He’s not Kid-ding around.
Popular US rapper Kid Cudi revealed that he soon may bow out of the rap game after emerging onto the music scene in the early 2000s.
The Grammy Award winner, 38, teased his completely different future plans during a recent appearance on First We Feast’s Hot Ones, where host Sean Evans quizzed him on his glittering career.
“I just don’t know if I wanna do music, drop albums for too much longer, you know? “I’m kind of nearing the end on all things Kid Cudi, I think,” the Day ‘n’ Nite hit maker said.
Cudi — whose real name is Scott Mescudi — said he’s “really curious to see what else” he could take on music-wise, before teasing his next move out of music.
“I was thinking about this — and this is like a wacky idea I had years ago,” Cudi explained.
“But it would be cool to, like, one day be a kindergarten teacher. And just do that for a couple years.
“Like, when I’m, like, 50 … And I just, like, infect the youth with that freshness. Get ’em young, and then those kids will just sprinkle the freshness to the world, and I’ll just be like, ‘Yes! Yes!’”
Kid Cudi has enjoyed a stellar rap career since the release of his debut album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day, in 2009.
He earned his first three Grammy nominations that following year, two for his single Day ‘n’ Nite and one for the collaboration Make Her Say. In 2012, he won two Grammy Awards for All of the Lights, a collaboration
He went on to win a Grammy Award in 2012 for All of the Lights, a collaboration with Kanye West, Rihanna, and Fergie.
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