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Kid Cudi's 'Satellite Flight' Mixes The Old With The New

SAN BERNARDINO, CA - AUGUST 18:  Kid Cudi performs at Rock The Bells Music Festival -San Bernardino, CA - Day 1 at NOS Events
SAN BERNARDINO, CA - AUGUST 18: Kid Cudi performs at Rock The Bells Music Festival -San Bernardino, CA - Day 1 at NOS Events Center on August 18, 2012 in San Bernardino, California. (Photo by Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic)

As he normally does, Kid Cudi has released a new track without telling anyone about it. "Satellite Flight" comes from his upcoming EP, "Satellite Flight: The Journey To Mother Moon," and has everything that fans have come to know as Cudder music, mixing the old with the new.

The beat has the melodic layers similar to something more likely to be found on 2009's "Man On The Moon," but also contains the minor-tinted synthesizers of "Indicud." The hook has the same catch as something from "Man On The Moon," but the croons and hums that dominate the song are what greatly define "Indicud." Most important, throughout it all, Cudi's message on the song is all about "good vibes." Whether you like the "old Cudi" or the "new Cudi," give the song a listen below.

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