Kid Cudi went from zero to hero last month redeeming himself after the release of the sloppy and at times unlistenable Speedin' Bullet To Heaven with "The Frequency" that started to bring back all of those great memories from the Man on the Moon days. Now he is doing his best to revive those vibes once again with another lo-fi, ambient new song, "All In" that was first shared by Jaden Smith, of all people, on Twitter and has production by Mike Will Made-It.
Metaphorically Speaking, What If I Had An Exclusive Song By My Favorite Artist And I Was Gonna Drop It Tonight What Would You Say.
— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) April 15, 2016
Ladies And Gentleman Here It Is Brand New Unheard Unreleased Kid Cudi (All In) Prod. By Mike Will https://t.co/T6EDmqQ9mf #AllIn — Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) April 15, 2016
The track doesn't have the big booming, Atlanta trap production one might expect from a typical Mike Will Made-It song, nor do you get the female whispering in your ear to let you know just who made the song. Instead it is more low-key, much like some of his past tracks with strong snares and soothing ambient sounds that match Cudi's distant cooing and reverbed vocals.
Cudi gets personal on "All In," rapping about a broken relationship and his willingness to change to try and change himself.
"I'm exposed and I am pure / No one makes me feel secure / Except you and now we're all in / All in, I am all in / Whatever happens, happens / We're all in, all in / I am all in / Whatever happens, happens," he raps in the hook.
With this new material, following up "The Frequency," it appears as though Cudder is still recording music after Speedin' Bullet To Heaven. It isn't clear if he is prepping a new project or just sharing loose singles that may turn into something or putting them on SoundCloud to keep his name fresh in the minds of his fans.