Earlier today a representative from Def Jam announced to Complex that “G.O.O.D. Music supports Kid Cudi’s decision to leave the label,” and with his final album for the label set to drop April 23, CuDi spoke with Rikki Martinez of Big Boy’s Neighborhood on his future plans without Kanye’s imprint. Sharing that he plans to get things really going with his own Wicked Awesome label, Cudder is looking to work “beyond music” and take his work to separate space. Take a listen to what the man has to say down below, and for those interested in hearing the full interview, which touches on Sunday’s Walking Dead finale, Evil Dead, his work with A$AP Rocky and Kendrick Lamar and more, you can listen to it all by clicking here. KiD CuDi’s upcoming album Indicud drops April 23.