As Def Sounds previously reported, KiD CuDi revealed that his is no longer with G.O.O.D. Music. Now, the Cleveland rapper speaks on what to expect from him following his departure from the imprint.

During a recent interview with Rikki Martinez on L.A’s Power 106, KiD CuDi speaks on life after G.O.O.D. Music.

CuDi reveals that he left G.O.O.D. Music to focus on his Wicked Awesome record label as he explains that his imprint will be used as an umbrella for other endeavors beyond music, such as making movies, producing television shows as well as other productions.

KiD CuDi states that the label’s mission to bring authenticity back to the forefront of Hip Hop:

The whole motivation is just bringing authenticity back to the forefront. Bringing real content, bringing real emotion, bringing the realness, and I’m not talking about street realness. F*ck your money, f*ck your jewelry, f*ck all your cars, f*ck all your b*tches you got. That sh*t don’t make you cool no more. It’s obsolete now, I’m establishing that in Hip Hop, All that sh*t aint fresh no more, I’m establishing that… You can have all that and still be a chump. Wicked Awesome is about being a real human being.

Listen to KiD CuDi’s interview with Rikki Martinez below:

While CuDi was chopping it up with Rikki Martinez, he also touched on some other topics that include The Walking Dead, starring in a horror flick, working with Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky and Michael Bolton on his new album Indicud, and much more.

Check out the rest of interview below:

Walking Dead talk, Evil Dead talk and Cudi’s hopes to star in a horror flick:

Kid Cudi explains collabs with A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar and Michael Bolton:

Need For Speed and more: