Kid Cudi's journey through the astral landscape has remained largely metaphorical, serving as the basis for his pair of undeniable classics Man on the Moon: The End of Day and Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. However, Scott Mescudi was actually much closer to some truly interstellar action than many might assume:

Of course, the potential for top-tier Cudi within the context of the revamped Star Wars universe is almost overwhelming. Would Cudi have been a Jedi? Sith Lord? Experimental artist frequenting the Mos Eisley Cantina for inspiration?

Unless some savvy hero starts an online petition demanding Disney commit to a Star Wars spinoff starring Kid Cudi and Shia LaBeouf (makes sense), the world may never know the joyous answers to such questions.