Kid Cudi said in a tweet yesterday (July 25) that he will be working on his forthcoming Man On The Moon III album with Patrick "Plain Pat" Reynolds and Emile Haynie, his former business partners and the producers who handled the much of the beat work on Kid Cudi's first two albums, 2009's Man On The Moon: The End Of Day and 2010's Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager.
Kid Cudi made the announcement responding to a tweet from a user identifying himself as Occam Razor.
— Scott Mescudi (@ducidni)
“@UnofficialRVRB: @ducidni CuDi, any chance of doing MOTM 3 with Plain Pat & Emile?” Def happening! The Real Broski's Of Manhattan return!— The Chosen One (@KidCudi) July 25, 2013
In 2011, Kid Cudi said that Dream On, the imprint he started in 2009 with Plain Pat and Emile Haynie had been shut down. "I wanted to try something new, and I wanted to take control of things myself," Kid Cudi said to Complex. "Those are still my guys, Pat and Emile, and I'm still going to work with them in the future. When we start working on Man on the Moon III I’ll be calling them up to see if they want to be a part of it. I know Emile is definitely down. We had an issue, but we’re men and we were able to figure it out and move forward. There’s no hard feelings."
Kid Cudi produced several songs on his third album, 2013's Indicud.
Prior to the release of his new album, the Ohio native will be on "The Cud Life Tour 2013," which is scheduled to kick off September 6 at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California.