He is not childish.
Popular American rapper Kid Cudi has revealed that he may soon retire from rap after bursting onto the music scene in the early 2000s.
The 38-year-old Grammy Award winner opened up about his very different plans for the future during a recent appearance at First We Feast Hotwhere host Sean Evans quizzed him about his illustrious career.
“I just don’t know if I want to be doing music, dropping albums for too long, you know? “I’m getting close to the end of everything about Kid Cudi, I think,” the Day and night – said the hitmaker.
Cudi, whose real name is Scott Mescudi, said he was “very interested to see what else” he could do in the music industry before teasing his next move from music.
“I’ve been thinking about it — and it’s like a stupid idea I had years ago,” Cuddy explained.
“But it would be cool to be a kindergarten teacher one day. And just do it for several years.
“Like, when I’m 50… And I just infect the youth with this freshness. Make them young, and then these children will only sprinkle the world with freshness, and I will simply say, “Yes!” Yes!”
Kid Cudi has had a stellar rap career since the release of his debut album, Man on the Moon: End of Dayin 2009.
The following year, he received his first three Grammy nominations, two for his single Day and night and one for cooperation I’ll make her say it. In 2012, he won two Grammy Awards. All lightscooperation
In 2012, he won a Grammy Award. all the lights collaborations with Kanye West, Rihanna and Fergie.
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Originally published as Kid Cudi teases retirement from rap as he reveals brand new career ambitions