KID CUDI took the Internet by storm with his 2008 breakout single, “Day ‘n’Nite,” which scored two Grammy nominations in 2010 and was also featured on the 2008 mixtape called A Kid Named Cudi. In 2012, the Cleveland native and Brooklyn resident returned to the Grammys, this time taking home an award for “All of the Lights,” a collaboration with Kanye West, Rihanna and Fergie from Cudi’s 2009 release, Man on the Moon: The End of Day, which also delivered the Ratatat-produced hit, “Pursuit of Happiness,” featuring MGMT. Cudi followed The End of Day in 2010 with the full-length sequel, Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager. He also produced a self-titled collaboration with Dot da Genius as the duo, WZRD. In 2013, he released Indicud, an 18-track record featuring contributions from Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, RZA, King Chip, and former Fleet Foxes drummer, Father John Misty.