Kid Cudi Entergalactic rar mp3 Full Album Leak Zippyshare m4a Torrent magnet 320 kbps zip Mediafire
01 Entergalactic Theme
02 New Mode
03 Do What I Want
05 Ignite The Love
06 In Love
07 Willing To Trust
08 Can't Believe It (feat. 2 Chainz)
09 Livin' My Truth
10 Maybe So
11 Can't Shake Her
12 She's Lookin' For Me
13 My Drug
14 Somewhere to Fly
15 Burrow (Bonus Track)
Jabari is a street artist and comic book creator, newly moved into a suspiciously awesome Manhattan apartment (think Friends or Sex in the City suspiciously awesome). An ex spots him bicycling past a nearby sidewalk cafe. Later, they have a drink, and more, but Jabari prefers to dive into Manhattan as a bachelor with a new pad while pursuing a new creative gig in a “bright, white, and light” workplace. Then he meets an interesting new neighbor with her own nascent creative career and fab apartment.
That’s the setup for Entergalactic, the “television event” debuting Friday on Netflix as an animated, feature-length (but not a feature or an episodic series, Netflix spokespeople repeatedly remind) show from creator/star Scott Mescudi and executive producer Kenya Barris (writer/producer of Black-ish and its many spinoffs, Girls Trip). The same day, an album of all the show’s excellent music, plus four more songs, will drop from prominent hip hop producer/artist Kid Cudi, who, technically, is the same person as Scott Mescudi.
The story line doesn’t break a lot of narrative ground: guy meets girl, guy has minor complications with ex and loses girl, guy and girl(2) figure it out. But this one comes from Black creators and characters, featuring specific sensibilities and cultural touchstones that don’t get enough run in mainstream media. Throw in superb animation and music, and it’s a different take on a familiar genre.
The “television event” is definitely for grown-ups, a brisk romantic comedy featuring ample and relatively explicit sexual scenes and conversations, plenty of pot smoking, and strong language.
The show has a loaded cast, led by Mescudi and Jessica Williams, but also featuring Timothee Chalamet, Vanessa Hudgens and Keith David.
The show itself was built in an iterative process around each of the tracks that Mescudi created, he said, as he thought about stringing together songs in a narrative throughline.
“The music kind of was informed by the story, and what I wanted to tell,” Mescudi said. “I had to piece the story together before we even went in and started writing the scripts, because I wanted to be the narrator throughout the show. I would sit and think about, ‘Okay, there has to be a moment when he sees Meadow for the first time. What does that sound like? When they make love for the first time, what does that sound like? Their first unofficial date, I guess, when they're walking in the rain, what does that sound like?’ And I just pieced all these moments together.”
As Kid Cudi, Mescudi has been a distinctive presence in seemingly every corner of hip hop, including producer, singer, DJ, and composer for film. But he’s also had a long string of acting performances as Scott Mescudi, with significant runs on shows such as How to Make It in America, Westworld, and We Are Who We Are. Mescudi said he was tempted to structure the show more from the standpoint of TV than music, but pulled back to what’s made him famous.
“Ultimately I approached it like I was making any other album that I've ever made, and all that every album I've ever made has been about (is) feeling,” Mescudi said. “I didn't want to just say, ‘Oh, I'm doing this with this TV show component. Let me start thinking about it like a producer and do all these other things.’ It's like, ‘No, let me stay footed in the artistry, and just work from that perspective,’ you know?”
About that animation. I told Barris its super-saturated colors, fractured imagery, and often trippy scenes reminded me of “Impressionism meets street art.” Barris quickly agreed: “Exactly right. That’s what we call it.”
Williams (2 Dope Queens podcast co-host, Love Life), who voices the neighbor/love interest Meadow, had never done animation work before, but said she was attracted by the opportunity to work with big-name creators such as Mescudi and Barris.
“I had to trust that their vision would would play out well, which I think it does,” Williams said. “And I just had to be interested in the mind of Kid Cudi and want to do that, which was 100% why I did it. And I think Meadow is a really great character because she's warm, she's strong, she's independent and thoughtful. And I think it's really cool to see someone who looks like her in animated form falling in love in New York City.”