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    Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
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    Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
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    Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
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    Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
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    Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese

Kid Cudi covers Billboard as he talks about fighting depression

in Mental Health/Music

Kid Cudi’s photo shoot with Joe Pugliese accompanies an interview with Hanif Abdurraqib in which he talks about life after rehab.

Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese

I’m just creating a lot, with more love in my heart for what I’m doing and for myself. Living a healthy life, keeping my family around and staying on a mission, which is making music that means something. I’m focusing on my art again and throwing myself back into it and wanting to write something with more of a positive outlook on things because I’ve written the dark so well for so long. I wanted to bring the opposite of that, you know? I’m at a place where I was able to do that. It took me so long to get to that place, and I was really excited to write from that standpoint when I got there. Passion, Pain was more positive, but I wasn’t necessarily living when I was writing it. Because I wrote that album before I went to rehab, then I came out and released it, I never really got a chance to write post-rehab, show the world where I’m at right now. That’s what Kids See Ghosts was: to update the world on where I’m at.

Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese
Kid Cudi by Joe Pugliese

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