The Man on the Moon: Scott MescudiFrom a young age I fell in love with the rapper Kid Cudi, almost too young, to fully understand the completeness and fullness of his work. At the time, I was growing up in a poor family, and my parents were going through an ugly divorce. While Kid Cudi didn't speak exactly to the problems I was having, he rapped about the pain and loneliness. He knew what it was like to be living inside your head, and gave me the confidence and the attitude to get through it. Kid Cudi was also a beacon to my brother during this time, who took our parents' divorce a lot differently than me. For awhile I didn't understand why, but this was our commonality that made us still feel close.
Kid Cudi Official Website
The first website I have linked above goes to Kid Cudi's official website. Albeit a little commercial, it gives all the pertinent information such as CD releases and tour dates.
Scott Mescudi @ducidni
The second website is Kid Cudi (Scott Mescudi)'s Twitter. I am a personal proponent of following your favorite famous people on Twitter. It makes them feel a little more real.
Dat New Cudi
This is the fan site for Kid Cudi. I find it a lot more interesting than the official website, and I also love the design of the website more as well.