Kid Cudi Releases Two New Songs, Pushes Back 'Insano' Album Date

The Cleveland native released two new songs off his upcoming album to make up for the unexpected announcement.

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Kid Cudi announced Monday that he's moving the release date of his highly-anticipated upcoming album Insano to January.

"Hey fam!! Got some updates for yall. Some bad news, some good," Cudi wrote. "I have to push INSANO back til January. I want to make sure that everything lines up and I give v'all the best version of myself. This album is amazing and I want to make sure I present it in the best way for y'all."

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"Thats the bad news. I still plan on releasing the next single soon so dont even worry about that," Cudi continued. "The good news is, since im doin this and I know you all are finding to get a listen of the album, im releasing 2 new jams from INSANO tn on soundcloud. Just for you. (And I promise I wont take them down ) These songs are some of my favorites on the album and I really think you'll dig em."

Listen to "ILL WHAT I BLEED" here and "MOST AIN'T DENNIS" here.

"Im sorry for the delay everybody but im a perfectionist. And things gotta be right," Cudi concluded. "I love vall!!! Enjoy!"

In February, Cudi outlined his plans for the remainder of the year, highlighted by a new album slated for the fall. The Cleveland native planned on releasing two singles over the summer, but those plans changed following the mixed response to "Flex."

One month after pivoting, Cudi delivered "Porsche Topless."

Insano was originally slated to be released on Sept. 15.

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