Dot da Genius makes rapping debut with “Fettuccine”

The mastermind behind Kid Cudi’s music steps out and grabs the mic.

Dot da Genius—otherwise better known as Kid Cudi’s right-hand man—tests his mic skills on his debut single “Fettuccine,” which dropped last Friday.

The track hits hard from the get-go, as expected from the genius behind Cudi’s success. Taking aim at his haters, Dot drops smooth bars over a fiery, self-produced beat with guest verses from Fat Tony, Tunji Ige and Audio Push’s Price. “All you do is wait in line and buy Supreme / Boy you know you fake, you gotta take a seat,” the producer raps.

“My first single release featuring Fat Tony, Tunji Ige, Price (1/2 [of] Audio Push). Produced by ME,” Dot wrote in the song’s SoundCloud description. “This is underground shit… Not for radio!”

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There’s no official word if Dot’s single will be followed by an EP or album, but if that happens, we’ll be ready.

Listen to “Fettuccine” below:

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