Baauer became a viral star in 2013 after the "Harlem Shake" dance craze, and the videos that accompanied it, swept the world. But he expressed displeasure with his overnight success, admitting that he, "got kinda depressed" because of the backlash in an interview with Pitchfork. Baauer has moved past the "Harlem Shake" era and is looking to catch on in a meaningful way with his debut album Aa on LuckyMe. The album boasts features from Future, Pusha T, M.I.A., and Rustie among others. You can purchase Aa here via iTunes.