Who: Andy Grammer
Video: 'Keep Your Head Up'
Hails From: Upstate New York
For Fans Of: Maroon 5, John Legend

Why He's About to Pop: At 20, Andy Grammer left New York for Los Angeles and became one of the top-selling artists to break out of the Third Street Promenade busking scene. His polished, genuine pop with a splash of R&B and rock 'n' roll attitude got him noticed, leading to a 100-college cross-country tour from Duke to UCLA and opening slots for the Script, Plain White T's, Lee DeWyze, Kris Allen and Josh Kelley. Whatever he serves up, it's honest music with great potential for getting stuck in your head all day.

PopEater caught up with Grammer while he prepares for the release of his upcoming album to talk about growing through busking, Keenan Cahill and the interactive version of his video for 'Keep Your Head Up,' the very first of its kind.