Produced by Cudi himself, "Just What Iam" expresses his desire to reach a higher place. Both Cudi and King Chip  (formerly Chip tha Ripper) tackle cannibus in a spiritual sense.
"I'm just what you made, God, not many I trust/ I'mma go my own way, God, take my faith to wherever you want/ I'm out here, on my son, won't stop 'til I get me some," rhymes Chip on the opening verse.
The feeling is mutal for Cudi, who croons, "I wanna get high y'all, I wanna get high y'all, need it need it to get by y'all, can you get me high y'all?"
Adopting Lady Gaga 's "Born this Way" credo, The G.O.O.D Music member completes the chorus with, "I'm just what you made God."
Embodying a sound similar to the vibe heard on Kid Cudi's debut album, "Man on the Moon: The End of Day," "Just What Iam," sets off Cudi's fourth studio album, "Indicud." The album, which is set to drop later this year, reportedly features Kanye West , Kendrick Lamar , Pusha T , and Jaden Smith.
- The Juice