Kid Cudi teams up with Netflix for adult animated series based on his upcoming album, Entergalactic
Kid Cudi will be releasing his new album three years after Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin.
Kid Cudi has announced a new album which will also act as a soundtrack for an upcoming Netflix adult animated series.
Both the album and the series are titled Entergalactic and Cudi will star in, write and executive produce the series, reported Variety. The series, which also has Kenya Barris attached as executive producer, is said to follow a young man on his journey to discover love. Ian Edelman is also writing and executive producing the project.
Netflix announced the show on Twitter.
Kid Cudi has partnered with Kenya Barris on an innovative adult animated music series based on his upcoming album, #Entergalactic. @KidCudi will EP, star in, and co-write the series that follows a young man on his journey to discover love. pic.twitter.com/d8E4yBd3UY
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 22, 2019
The news follows the recent announcement that Cudi will star in Luca Guadagnino's new HBO series "We Are Who We Are". Entergalatic is Cudi's first solo album since 2016's Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin'.
Read Kudi's tweet about the show and album.
Entergalactic will be something you've never experienced. I promise it'll be a fun ride. Lot of good friends involved. Great songs too! The cast is coming together. I know a year from now seems like forever but itll be here before u know it!
— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) July 22, 2019
Barris is producing the project via his Khalabo Ink Society banner, which is currently set up under a deal at Netflix.
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