Kid Cudi – “Do You Get It”

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“First name: Scott, last name: Mescudi” starts the newly premiered Kid Cudi track, “Do You Get It”. He repeats this line, with a bit of variation, several times throughout the song’s 3 minutes and 45 seconds, taking Drake’s somehow startling “last name Ever, first name Greatest” line to heart and building something palatable around it. Like the candid utterance of his birth name, “Do You Get It” shows us honest glimpses of Scott Mescudi’s childhood, sense of hometown pride and his commitment to his fans. Hear and download the track below:


Kid Cudi – “Do You Get It”


There is no official word on “Do you Get It” or the possibility of it being included in Kid Cudi’s forthcoming full-length Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, which is due out sometime this fall.

PS: Apologies for the annoying Young Money HD tags.

Previously: Kid Cudi – “Mr. Rager” | Kid Cudi – “Mojo So Dope”

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