Kid Cudi

Event Dates

Friday, 14 Mar

Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

Saturday, 15 Mar

Co-op Live, Manchester

Tuesday, 18 Mar

The O2, London

KID CUDI ANNOUNCES INSANO: ENGAGE THE RAGE WORLD TOUR GLOBAL TOUR TO STOP OFF IN THE UK ACROSS

MARCH 2025 IN BIRMINGHAM, MANCHESTER & LONDON

The INSANO WORLD TOUR will also hit Madison Square Garden in New York, Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, Uber Arena in Berlin, Accor Arena in Paris, before concluding at The O2 in London on 18th March 2025.

Scott Mescudi, better known by his stage name Kid Cudi, is an American actor, Grammy Award winning musician and multi-platinum recording artist from Cleveland, Ohio. Cudi first debuted on the music scene in 2008, quickly catching the attention of Kanye West and rising to the top of the Billboard charts. His first studio album Man on the Moon: The End of Day received widespread industry praise and set the stage for his subsequent successful endeavors. Over the course of his musical career, Cudi has made exceptional contributions to the music industry and many prominent artists claim his discography as a significant source of stylistic inspiration. As of 2022, Cudi has released ten studio albums and has sold over 22 million records. His most recent album, Entergalactic, released in September 2022 in tandem with the companion NETFLIX animated project.

In 2010, Cudi ventured into acting and starred in the critically acclaimed HBO comedy series How to Make it in America. From there, he went on to star in Josh Mond’s James White, Need for Speed (DreamWorks), Entourage (Warner Bros.) and Reed Morano’s Meadowland. He has appeared in HBO’s award-winning series Westworld, was recently seen in HBO limited series We Are Who We Are created by Luca Guadagnino, the indie film Dreamland starring opposite Gary Oldman and in a supporting role in Bill & Ted Face the Music (MGM).

On the feature side, Cudi was most recently seen as one of the leads of A24’s X, written and directed by Ti West and produced by Sam Levinson. In 2021, he appeared in Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. He will next be seen in Disney+’s Crater, produced by 21 Laps and is currently developing the Netflix film Teddy which he will produce with Jeymes Samuel and Jay-Z. The film will make his directorial debut and he will star in it as well.

Cudi’s Amazon documentary, A Man Named Scott, recently premiered to great reviews and highlights how he became one of the most influential musicians over the last 15 years shining a light on his influence on hip-hop and culture.

In 2020, Cudi founded the production and music management company, MAD SOLAR, backed by Bron Studios, which provides corporate back office and production support, including financing, marketing, and sales.

To supplement his artistic projects and fuel his longtime interest in fashion, Cudi has notably partnered with Giuseppe Zanotti, Bape and Coach on multiple campaigns and innovative collaborations. He recently launched his debut collection from his clothing line Members of the Rage (MOTR) at Paris Fashion Week in January 2023. Additionally, Cudi’s work as a mental health advocate has cemented his deeply rooted impact on pop culture.

Cudi is currently bi-coastal and resides in both Los Angeles and New York.

 

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