Kid Cudi and Denzel Curry have released “Black Ops” as the first track from the soundtrack to Cudi’s new Moon Man comic series. The series, announced in October, will feature a new song with each issue.
The release of “Black Ops” coincided with the launch of the first issue, which boasts four variant covers. Originally set for February 2, the song’s release was delayed due to a mixing issue but dropped officially on February 3.
In a heartfelt Instagram post, Pusha T wished Kid Cudi a happy birthday, expressing gratitude for their friendship. Cudi celebrated his 40th birthday surrounded by stars like Busta Rhymes and the Clipse at the Beverly Wilshire.
Pusha T and Kid Cudi, who recently reconciled their differences, have a history of collaboration, including on Pusha T’s GRAMMY-nominated album “It’s Almost Dry.”
Cudi is set to appear on Ye’s upcoming Vultures album, joining a lineup that includes Future, Lil Baby, Young Thug, and more. The first issue of Moon Man is now available for purchase.