Kid Cudi fans, rejoice: a good samaritan just compiled all of Cudder's freestyles, guest verses and unreleased songs into one Wakalet account. Major shout-out to the Reddit user 'Doogywassa.'

You can view all the amazing content by clicking on the above link. The Wakalet account splits Cudi's tracks into four separate categories: "unreleased & unsorted," "guest verse," "freestyles" and "'Day 'n Nite' remixes." As far as mixtapes, the website contains The Anthem Mixtape (The Best of Kid Cudi), Stoner Charm, Dat Kid From Cleveland and his breakout mixtape, A Kid Named Cudi.

The Wakalet account description states, "Often regarded as the 'middle child' of hip-hop, Kid Cudi is one of the most imaginative and often underappreciated artists in the industry. With a genre bending style, he was one of the first true 'post-808s & Heartbreak' rappers to embrace emotion and introspective themes in his music. This library is dedicated to compiling the most significant and sought-after Kid Cudi content from all four corners of the web." If you're looking for more Wakalet accounts such as these, check out similar websites for Gucci Mane, Eminem, Frank Ocean and Tupac Shakur. Each one features awesome content for you to listen to.

The man on the moon's forthcoming album Passion, Pain and Demon Slayin is still expected to drop in 2016. Until then, you can listen to Cudder's new Pharrell-assisted song "Surfin'" along with its accompanying music video, which features artists like Jaden Smith and A$AP Rocky. The “Solo Dolo” artist is in a jovial mood throughout the video, displaying his dope dance moves and vibing alongside some of his pals in the industry.

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