Quick Facts Of Kid Cudi
Celebrated Name Kid Cudi Age 35 Years Nick Name Kid Cudi, Juan Pablo, Cudder, The Lonely Stoner, Super Duper Cudi, Mr. Solo Dolo Birth Name Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi Birth Date 1984-01-30 Gender Male Profession Song Writer Place Of Birth Cleveland, Ohio, U.S Nationality American Genre Hip Hop, Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative Rock Famous For Rapper, Songwriter Father Lindberg Styles Mescudi Mother Elsie Harriet Siblings Three Partner Vada Wamwene Mescudi Height 5 feet 9 inches Net Worth $ 5 million Education The University of Toledo (Drop-Out) Ethnicity Multiracial Body Build/Type Average Weight 66 Kg Hair Color Black Eye Color Dark Brown Marital Status In Relationship Children One Chest Size 38 inches Arms/Biceps 13 inches Waist Size 33 inches Shoe Size 10 (US) Sexual Orientation Straight Brothers Domingo and Dean Sisters Maisha Girl Friend Michelle Trachtenberg Horoscope Aquarius Links Wikipedia
Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi, who goes by the stage name of Kid Cudi is an American actor and a recording artist. He gained major recognition when he released of his first official full-length project, a mixtape titled A Kid Named Cudi in 2008. The mixtape caught the attention of American rapper-producer Kanye West, who subsequently signed Cudi to his GOOD Music label imprint in late 2008.
- An American actor and a recording artist.
- Having released a number of popular singles and commercially successful albums.
- Having collaborated with the leading music artists such as Kanye West, Shakira, Snoop Dogg, and David Guetta.
Early Life of Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to Elsie Harriet and Lindberg Styles Mescudi as a Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi with AQUARIUS birth sign. He grew up in Shaker Heights and Solon. He is the youngest of four children, with two brothers, Domingo and Dean, and a sister, Maisha. His mother, Elsie Harriet, is a middle-school choir teacher at Roxboro Middle School in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. His father, Lindberg Styles Mescudi, was a house painter, substitute teacher, and World War II Air Force veteran. His father was of African-American and Mexican-American descent, while his mother is African-American. He is American by nationality and ethnicity was multiracial.
When he was eleven years old, his father died of cancer; his passing had a significant effect on his personality and subsequently his music.
Talking about his education, he attended Shaker Heights High School for two years before transferring to Solon High School. He was expelled from the school for threatening to punch his principal and would later earn his GED. He then studied film at the University of Toledo, dropping out after a year. His subsequent plan to join the U.S. Navy didn’t pan out because of his juvenile police record.
Career of Kid Cudi
Cudi began rapping and writing his lyrics as a teenager. He was inspired by acts like The Pharcyde, and A Tribe Called Quest. he moved to New York and released his debut mixtape, A Kid Maned Cudi, in July 2008. It featured the hit single “Day ‘N’ Nite” which peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. He was signed to Kanye West’s GOOD Music label in 2008. His debut studio album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day, was released in September 2009, It was certified Gold in the US and featured a guest appearance from rapper Common and from the electronic duo Ratatat. Other albums by him include Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (2010), and Indicud (2013). His sixth album, Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’, was released in December 2016. He has collaborated with artists like Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, David Guetta, and Jay Z. In 2017, he embarked on a tour, and it was a mega success. Gradually, he slowed down on music and remained limited to collaborations. In 2018 Cudi and Kanye West formed a duo known as Kids See Ghosts, and produced an album with the same name, Kids See Ghosts, which was released on June 8, 2018.
Apart from a music career, he made his television debut in the 2010 episode of the series, One Tree Hill. He was cast as “Domingo Dean” in the HBO comedy-drama, How to Make It in America. He appeared in 16 episodes from 2010 to 2011. Other television appearances include Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Comedy Bang! Bang! and Talking Dead. He starred as the twisted killer in the 2011 short film, Maniac. His film credits include Goodbye World (2013) with Adrian Grenier, Ned for Speed (2014) with Aaron Paul and Entourage (2015) with Kevin Connolly.
Awards and Achievements of Kid Cudi
Since the start of his career, he has received 23 Nominations and has won 3 Awards.
- He won a Beatport Music Award and an Urban Music Award in 2009 for “Day ‘n’ Nite (Crookers Remix)”.
- He also won a Grammy Award in 2012 for “All of the Lights”.
Net Worth of Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi has a net worth of $5 million as of 2019 but his salary was not disclosed yet. His fortunes stem from his successful career as a musician in the industry as well as his acting roles both on TV and in the Movies.
Personal Life of Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi has multiple relationships his life. Currently, he is in a relationship with Michelle Trachtenberg since 2014. There is no such rumors to slipt or broke up their relationship. They were spending a happy life.
Previously, he dates many celebrities like Amanda Bynes in 2010, Jamie Baratta (2009 – 2012), Mariel Haenn (2012 – 2013) and Stekka Maeve (2013).
Similarly, he has a daughter Vada Wamwene Mescudi from an unspecified relationship. In 2012, he was involved in a legal battle for the custody of his daughter as her mother accused Cudi of being an absentee father and also pointed to his drug and alcohol abuse. They eventually managed to reach an amicable solution.
Body Measurements of Kid Cudi
Talking about his body statics, he stands a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 66 kg. Similarly, his chest size is 38 inches, biceps size 13 inches, and waist size is 33 inches which make his body measurement is 38-13-33 inches. Additionally, he has a pair of dark brown eyes and black hair. Furthermore, he wears a 10 (US) shoe.
Did You Know?
- His second studio album, Man on the Moon II : The Legend of Mr. Rapper, reached the top 5 on the US charts.
- First began rapping towards the end of high school.
- After dropping out of college, he intended to get enlisted in the US Navy. However, he was rejected due to his juvenile crime record.
- In 2013, he revealed that he had struggled with addiction to anti-depressant pills, which he had been prescribed to help deal with emotional breakdown, sparked by his failed relationship.