So yeah as I said, free A4 poster. That's something that isn't advertised. Kid Cudi's voice isn't massively great at singing, but that doesn't mean to say it's bad. His voice is smooth making it nice to sing along to when listening to the music.
As for his lyrical writing ability, you won't find any massively anything witty like you would on the likes of Jay-Z's album. Well I haven't anyway. He mainly talks about things close to him, meaning you have to know a bit more about him aside for the fact he was lonely growing up and likes to smoke weed which he does tell straight forwardly through some of his lyrics. I first noticed this when asking "What is a shaker smile?" Oh shaker is related to where he grow up. Okay, and why would he say that? I mean I - coming from Glasgow - could say I have a Glasgow Smile - though I don't - and it would actually mean something.
And then comes to the narrative. Kind of lame. At the end of some of the songs he says - not through song - that he as a person is actually a character in his life being narrated by him. Something something something, bla bla bla, I just turn it off having wanted to listen to music, not a bed time story.
I like half the songs on this and don't listen to the other half. And would like to point out for the fact that singing along to them I have listened to this album sum 50 odd times. I can't really get bored of it purely for the fact I like singing along to the smoothness of Scott Mescudi's voice box.