The last time we heard from Kid Cudi he was creeping us out on 'Creepers' from the G.O.O.D. Music compilation 'Cruel Summer.' Now he's back and defiant on his self-produced track 'King Wizard.'

The song is moody and melodic at the same time and is reminiscent of what made his 2009 debut 'Man on the Moon: The End of Day' a noteworthy album. Over rubbery keyboard synths, the Cudder starts the song off with a kiss-off to his haters. "This is just for me and my n---as, my family, and the people who care about me and my fans. F--- all these other n---as," he says.

He then goes into a lyrical rant of whatever is on his mind. "Go, All day every day, hold on with all might / I gave the world my heart / And they gave the kids insight / Yup, now f--- you I ain't left / I'm outta my mind like all the time / And a n---a ain't missed one step yet, yep," he raps.

He then sings on the chorus, "I can't decide, what if life's a lie / I'll push the lame asides, they'll learn / I can't never front know why / It's not my style no lie / They'll never take me alive, King Wizard!"

According to reports, 'King Wizard' will appear on the Cleveland rapper's upcoming album 'Indicud,' which will be largely produced by Cudi, himself.

Let's hope so.

Listen to Kid Cudi, 'King Wizard'