Mojo So Dope

Album: Man On The Moon 2: The Legend Of Mr Rager (2010)
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  • During a pre-release playback of some of Mr. Rager's tracks to music journalists and insiders, Cudi explained this cut is a message to the bloggers who are dissing him.
  • Cudi was asked by Complex Magazine to explain the meaning of his lyric, where he says that he, "live (s) through words, not metaphors, so I pass to be the rest of the freshmen." The rapper replied: "I didn't want anybody to take it the wrong way, because it wasn't a dis. But most of the rappers that everyone loves are rappers that use metaphors. That's not my style of rap. I like to rhyme in a more poetic way. Sometimes you don't have to use these... witty ways of trying. It just sounds like somebody is overselling s--t."


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