Zedd stepped onto the electronic scene in 2010 with a remix of Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.” He may just be one of the most brilliant minds in the business honing his skills on the piano at just four years old before moving onto the drums he then played in a rock band before being drawn into the digital world in 2009. Zedd’s creativity-themed promotional campaign for the album that premiered a new song in 10 different secret locations near different cities, True Colors lived up to its name. Zedd said he “wanted the fans to experience the album in a new way.” Each song on the album is associated with a color and each location had its own color scheme to match the vibe of the song being released there. Some of the cities their song and associated colors were Austin, TX, “Addicted to a Memory,” Purple, Joshua Tree, CA, “Straight Into the Fire,” Orange, and Phoenix, AZ, “Bumble Bee,” Yellow. Zedd built his fan base with remixes of artists like Lady Gaga, B.o.B, and Armand Van Helden as he also released his own singles and Ep’s before releasing the club-worthy first full length album of his own in 2012 titled, Clarity to a very successful reception. The hit single, “Spectrum”, topped out on the U.S. dance chart. Zedd’s second album, “True Colors,” had rock and rap as major influences making it a much more diverse piece of work that featured artists Selena Gomez, and Troye Sivan.