CuDi Zone is hands down my favorite song from Man on The Moon. CuDi has a very clever way of blending concepts of ambition and dreams with his love for smoking Mary Jane. However, if you manage to listen through the fog you’ll find endless gems and insight worthy of some serious rumination. The original Cudi Zone is about Scotts struggle to find himself in the face of disbelievers and his non traditional ambition.
So my advice is when the lights start flashin
‘N’ I’ll be zonin’ all alone n’,in the place where my mind is goin’,
Filled with songs and no-ones knowin’
And the devil in a hopping dress tryin’ ask me for one dance.
He think he slick but my guardians protects me from his wrath,
So in my place no hate shall enter, livin’ I’m up there up there
Copin’, Copin’, Floatin’, I will find peace somewhere…”
One of the reasons I’m big on Cudi is because I share his passion for individuality. Some people associate that with the clothes they wear and all sorts of material things but for me it’s a uniqueness of thought, freedom of personal perspective and ideas.
I swear by my life and my love of it, that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.” – John Galt
There are so many social customs that have been around for so long, we learn them from an early age and never even think to question their validity. Meanwhile we’re making countless life decisions and question our human instincts because of concepts and ideals that could be easily outdated and make no sense in the modern lifestyle. Anyways, Cudi Zone is a track you listen to for lyrics but today I’m posting more dance floor friendly version by Orlando based producer/DJ KillaGraham. Listen to Cudi Zone at home and listen to this remix on the road, it still has the energy and emotion of the original but gives you some free space to indulge in your own thoughts, enjoy.
I’m my zone, I’m feeling alright, I’m feeling alright When I’m zoned, I’m feeling alright, I’m feeling alright I forget about it all… “