Kid Cudi Says He's Started Working on His Next Album, Teases Upcoming Features

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Kid Cudi performs on the Camp Stage during day 2 of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2017 at Exposition Park on Oct. 29, 2017 in Los Angeles.

On the heels of his unlikely "Lost" collaboration with Quavo on Huncho's new solo album, Kid Cudi gave fans an update on the status of his next album. Cudder took to Twitter on Tuesday (Oct. 23) to tease the idea of dropping his Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' follow-up at some point in 2019, as well as some appetizing features on the way.

"I just started the new album! Taking my time w it tho but im thinkin next year sometime? Would that be cool? Huh? Tell me? Would that be ok," the Ohio native said in reply to one of his fans searching for some fresh tunes. "Got some tasty features comin out soon in the meantime."

The 34-year-old was also profiled for an in-depth feature in GQ published Tuesday in which he candidly spoke on his mental state, his joint Kanye West album Kids See Ghosts and what the future holds.

He also mentioned the fact that Pharrell may not be willing to work with him in the future due to the lack of commercial success of past records such as "Surfin.'" "I don't know if Pharrell will work with me again, because those songs didn't do what they were supposed to do," Cudi told GQ. "The label didn't do the right thing."

Check out Cudi's tweets below. Read his profile in full over at GQ.