Kid Cudi is hard at work on his upcoming album, 'Indicud.' The Cudder went on Twitter Saturday (Nov. 17) to give fans an update on the recording process. According to his timeline (spotted by The Versed), he has recorded a song with 'Swimming Pools' rapper Kendrick Lamar.

"Me and Kendricks jam is called 'Solo Dolo Part II.' Produced by me, again. Ima spank the worlds a-- w this album man. Ull see ho," he tweeted. Not only that, the 'Day 'n' Nite' rhymer also revealed that he collaborated with Common on a track produced by Dot da Genius and veteran beatmaker 88-Keys.

"Love to my mentor 88 Keys. He made some heat w @dotdagenius for indicud," wrote Cudi, adding, "ohhh got Common on the album. joint produced by 88 and Dot."

With King Chip, K-Dot, Common and J. Cole making contributions on the project, Cudi's 'Indicud' is shaping up to be a major hip-hop album for 2013. We can hardly wait to hear it.

"If I stopped rappin today, id know hip hop will be fine w Chip Kendrick Cole and a lot of others who pour their soul into their jams. Respect," Cudi finally tweeted to his fans.

Word. Respect due.

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