Musso worked with Sam Hollander, Dave Katz, Bryan Todd, Justin Gray, Curt Schneider, Matthew Wilder, and other producers and songwriters to produce the album in both Los Angeles and New York. Musso himself also contributed co-writing on two songs of the album's thirteen tracks. Mitchel sings solo on all of the tracks except two titled "Us Against the World" and "Shout It". The two are a duet featuring singer Katelyn Tarver and Musso's brother Mason Musso respectively. Musso stated: "But actually my favorite song off my album is a duet, "Us Against the World" and it’s my favorite song. I feel like it’s got the most uh, it’s kind of a dark vibe but at the same time it’s a really upbeat like uh, I would say a happy song. And I think the girls voice, her name’s Katelyn Tarver, so it was awesome getting her on the track." "Let's Make This Last 4Ever" was featured on an episode of Hannah Montana and is also a track on the Hannah Montana 3 soundtrack.
The album was released on June 2, 2009. The physical CD includes a fold-out poster of Musso. They also include an exclusive stream of "Let's Make This Last 4Ever", which will be available once the album is purchased.
Musso promoted the album by setting out on a summer tour with over 54 scheduled dates across the United States and Canada. The band KSM opened for him on a select number of dates. Musso also performed as the opening act for his older brother's band Metro Station on 9 dates between July 23 and August 14, 2009. Honor Society also opened for some of his shows. Musso promoted the album by performing three songs off the album at the Wango Tango music festival in Los Angeles on May 9, 2009.
"The in Crowd" was Musso's musical debut as a solo artist and first single off the album. The single was released to iTunes on January 13, 2009. A music video was launched on Disney Channel in early March. The song was debuted on Radio Disney on December 5, 2008.