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The Warfield, San Francisco, CA
Sat, 9/27 8:00pm. Tickets and Info

Fri
5/23

The Cud Life Tour 2014

Kid Cudi

with G-Eazy

Bill Graham Civic Aud., San Francisco, CA
May 23, 2014 / DOORS: 8:00 PM

SPECIAL NOTE:

Tickets Go On-Sale Thursday @ 10 AM w/ Password: ANKH

Venue

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

99 Grove St, San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 624-8900



KiD CuDi



Scott Mescudi (born January 30, 1984), better known by his stage name Kid Cudi (/ˈkɪd ˈkʌdi/ KID KUD-ee, often stylized KiD CuDi), is an American hip-hop recording artist and actor from Cleveland, Ohio. After moving to Brooklyn, New York, with aspirations of becoming a rapper, Cudi initially gained recognition after the release of his first official full-length project, a mixtape titled A Kid Named Cudi, which he released in 2008. The mixtape caught the attention of American record executive and rapper-producer Kanye West, who subsequently signed Cudi to his GOOD Music label, in late 2008. Cudi’s association with West and the GOOD Music label, as well as his breakout single “Day ‘n’ Nite”, led him to prominence. Cudi, who is also a singer-songwriter, guitarist and record producer, is currently signed under Republic Records, as well as his own record label imprint, Wicked Awesome Records.

Gallery

Rock The Bells 2013 Photo Gallery: Day 1

​Here’s the first day of Rock the Bells as according to our lenses, where we start with Sean Price’s wisecracks and end with Kid Cudi’s space missions.… Read

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RTB 2012: Ice Cube and Kid Cudi as day 1 ends

Remember when the Rock The Bells lineup was announced and everyone noted the slight generational shift in emphasis that occurred in the booking, especially when… Read

Videos

Hit Boy feat. Kid Cudi, “Old School Caddy”

Single number 2 in Hit-Boy’s burgeoning rap career sees Cudi with an assist and himself on the boards with a nice, mellow beat that also conveys a sense of speed. Watch

The Dash

Rock The Bells 2012’s (youthful) lineup and dates announced

It wasn’t so long ago that Rock The Bells was a revivalist show, about reliving the past. I mean, hell, the name: “Rock the Bells”. Last year’s edition was all… Read

The Dash

Recap: Kid Cudi in San Francisco

Kid Cudi doesn’t front. He wears all of his emotions and feelings on his sleeve, and undoubtedly, this is how he has become one of the biggest names in hip-hop… Read


G-Eazy



Gerald Earl Gillum (born May 24, 1989) better known by his stage name G-Eazy is an American rapper, songwriter and producer from California’s Bay Area currently living in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has released a number of mixtapes and album, most recently The Outsider (2011), The Endless Summer (2011) and Must Be Nice (2012). These Things Happen is due out in 2014.

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Videos

G-Eazy, “These Things Happen”

​G-Eazy reflects on his rags to riches story in the opening track to his just released debut album of the same name. Watch

Videos

G-Eazy feat. Remo, “I Mean It”

Breaking news, G-Eazy is a bit fed up with it all right now, and is dealing with it in the most positive way possible. (Well, not really.) His upcoming release… Watch

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G-Eazy, “Almost Famous”

While Young Gerald broods at the burdens of impending fame, he and director Bobby Bruderle present to us some uncanny recreations of magazine covers in their… Watch

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G-Eazy feat. Jay Ant, “Far Alone”

G-Eazy brings along fellow East Bay cat Jay Ant for some inspirational ratchet raps. G-Eazy’s new album These Things Happen is due this coming February. Watch

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G-Eazy, “Been On”

​G-Eazy does the minimalist thing and concentrates on the lyrics while the minimalist video fits the theme. Watch

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G-Eazy, “Must Be Nice”

​G-Eazy’s star is rising, as the well-coiffed Oakland emcee documents his experiences at the Billboard Music Awards in this video. From his mixtape Must Be Nice. Watch

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Cisco Adler feat. G-Eazy, Don Carlos, “Boom Boom Boom”

Shwayze’s partner on the guitar embarks on his own project, a catchy electro-dub track with rhyme support from Oakland’s G-Eazy. Watch

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G-Eazy feat. Johanna Fay, “Plastic Dreams”

The video is extremely stylized in retro fashion, but G-Eazy’s music sounds like it could be from the future. His album Must Be Nice is now out. Watch