Watch Kid Cudi Dance Through A Dark Forest in 'Frequency' Video

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Kid Cudi performs at the Lollapalooza Music Festival in Grant Park on Aug. 1, 2015 in Chicago. 

Following the announcement of his delayed album, Passion, Pain and Demon SlayingKid Cudi checked into rehab for "depression and suicidal urges," but gifted fans with two singles off the album, "Frequency" and "Surfin." In the midst of his recovery, Cudi's team dropped the visual for "Frequency" on Wednesday night (Oct. 12) to hold fans over until he returns. 

The five-minute clip focuses on a shirtless Cudi dancing to the loopy vibrations off the Mike Dean/Plain Pat-assisted track. The video sees Cudder journeying through a dark forest and flips to a woman cloaked in jewels making her way through the dim-lit jungle. The haunting video was directed by Scott Mescudi (Cudi's real name ) and produced by film writer Danyi Deats -- who produced the visuals to Lana del Ray's "Music To Watch Boys To" and T.I's "Private Show."

Watch Kid Cudi dance through a jungle below. 


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