Kid Cudi’s ‘Frequency’ Video Features Some Trippy Jungle Dancing

Kid Cudi’s new music video, for his song “Frequency,” feels like the result of taking some psychedelics and going to hang out with the caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland after hours.

The video comes just over a week after Cudi took to Facebook to announce he’d checked himself into a rehab facility, citing “depression and suicidal urges.” Read his full post below. Despite his current state of mental health, Cudi is pushing forward with new work – he intended to release his sixth studio album, Passion, Pain, and Demon Slayin’, on September 30, but has postponed until sometime later this month due to “minor sample clearances.”

His latest, self-directed video features a good deal of Cudi smoking and grinding through a forest, eventually being joined by some jewel-encrusted women. Check it out below.

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