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Kid Cudi, pictured above wearing a super sick Smashing Pumpkins tee, teased early Wednesday that he has an unreleased remix of a 2010 era cut featuring a verse from JAY-Z.

While responding to a selection of fan tweets, Cudi revealed he has exactly such a "fuckin epic" remix of his Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager cut "Wild'n Cuz I'm Young" in the vault. "Gonna try to release that someday," he added, though he sadly did not immediately follow this statement with a link to the JAY-assisted rework in question.

Elsewhere during the impromptu Q&A, Cudi also spoke on "Marijuana,' Steven Yeun, Kurt Cobain, global touring, RuPaul, his go-to Wendy's order, Billie Eilish, his previously shared plans for new music in early 2020, and more.

Cudi—whose most recent solo full-length was Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin' in 2016—said in May that he had now entered his "next stage." Noting at the time that he doesn't "drop albums every year anymore," the Kids See Ghosts co-crafter stressed the importance of giving oneself the space to pause and reflect between projects.

Fans also have the possibility of getting more from Cudi and Kanye West in the form of Kids See Ghosts at some point, at least according to some comments he gave to Billboard last summer.

"There are some songs that we didn't use that I’m hopeful we can put out later," he said of the sessions that resulted in the duo's inaugural seven-tracker back in July. "But the plan is to do more Kids See Ghosts albums."