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An upcoming track reportedly from Kid Cudi’s next album Cudder: The Revolution of Evolution hit the net this weekend sparking controversy.

Rumors were swirling around the track “I Do My Thing” featuring Snoop Dogg, with some people saying that Cudi leaked the song himself and others claiming that it featured production from the legendary Dr. Dre.

Now Cudi’s speaking out against the rumors and defending himself.

Taking to his personal blog, Cudi says that the track was taken off his debut album Man On The Moon. He confirms that it will be on Cudder but denies the claim that he leaked it himself.

“I recorded the snoop joint that leaked around the time I was working on MOTM, it’s a deleted scene that I’m including on Cudder. I DID NOT LEAK IT and I barely have a name for it so ill let u guys know what it’s really called as soon as I figure it out haha.”

Cudi also says that the song was not produced by Dr. Dre, and the real producer was Rashad “Ringo” Smith.  He encourages fans to “rock out” to the song and also adds some classic Cudi words of wisdom.

“Also, the homie Rashad “Ringo” Smith produced the record, NOT DR. DRE.  if u got the record already cool. if not, if u can find it rock out…and remember…WE SHININ….WE ROLLIN…WE SIPPIN…WE SMOKIN…WE LIVIN…WE HAPPY…THEYY MAAAADDDDDDD! Fawk EM :-)”

Well since Cudi’s cool with it, listen to “I Do My Thing” featuring Snoop Dogg below.

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