After emerging onto the music mainstream with his 2009 debut album “The Man On The Moon: End of The Day,” the Cleveland-cum-Brooklyn transplant caught the ears of music lovers everywhere. The set featured provocative tales from Cudi’s personal life, along with intoxicating bass beats that had everybody and their grandmother grooving.

Led by Billboard chart-topping single  “Day ‘N’ Nite,” the album was met with favorable head-nods from both consumers and critics, which marked Cudder as a recording artist to watch for. Flash forward eight years, 10 million plus albums sold, a Grammy award, and a slew of popular collaborations later— Cudder is still on the rise as a promising innovator despite his battles with depression and drug addiction.

To date, Cudder has added a list of titles to his résumé, deeming him to be a “Cudi” of all trades. It all goes to show, Kid Cudi may be still slaying his own emotional pains and demons, but his passion for the game still prevails. To celebrate Scott Raymond Seguro Mescudi’s 33rd birthday, we’ve compiled a video playlist of Kid Cudi hits for your own enjoyment. Happy Birthday Kid Cudi, 33 looks good on you.