I’m not sure what it is about KiD CuDi when he gets a hold of a Ratatat beat, but it should happen more often. The Brooklyn musicians/producers blessed Cudder’s debut Man on the Moon: The End of Day with see-saw guitar riffs and rhythms on two of his best tracks in “Alive” and of course, “Pursuit of Happiness”.
So I’m sure you can imagine how well-received “love.”, a previously unreleased slow burner was when it was released today. The nearly 6 minute cut meanders in a positive way as CuDi flexes and waxes poetic over the grimey guitar licks sampled from Ratatat’s “Sunblocks”. Vintage KiD CuDi that has been sorely missed since his early days.
Stream KiD CuDi’s “Love” produced by Dot Da Genius below and