His rap career may have started as a goof, but after Michael Francis Seander Jr. recorded "College Humor" for his teammates on the Duke baseball team while recovering from a pitching injury, its accompanying Van Wilder-esque video went viral and Mike Stud became a name known by millions. Prior to this, he had never used music software or done anything remotely musical, but when the onetime All-American's torn ligament turned out to be a career ender, he decided to pursue rapping full-time. Athletes often quote hard work and perseverance, and with a serious work ethic in tow, Stud put out several mixtapes and videos between 2011 and 2013, ultimately using his viral fame to build such a fan base that his debut studio album, Relief, hit number one on the iTunes hip-hop albums sales charts upon its release in May of 2013. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi

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