Kid Cudi Responds To Pitchfork’s Low Rating Of Debut “Man On The Moon”

Kid Cudi has spoken out after Pitchfork rated his 12-year-old influential album, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day, a 4.1.

Kid Cudi took to Twitter with an upbeat approach,

“Pitchfork has never givin me good ratings, and here we are, years later and im still here. Its ok man. They dont need to change it. The entire world knows, even my haters, that this album was the one that changed hip hop forever.”