sammy adams

biography:

Known as Boston’s Boy, Sammy Adams burst onto the music scene in 2009 with his hit remix “I Hate College.”  As a multi-talented artist, singer, and producer, Sammy fulfilled his demand by releasing his first independent album in 2010 called “Boston’s Boy.”  Quickly rising to the #1 spot on the iTunes hip-hop charts over artists such as Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled, Adams had cemented his spot on the scene.

Balancing a blossoming music career, classes at Trinity College, and duties as the captain of the Trinity soccer team, Sammy put school on hold just two credits short to storm college campuses across the country.  During the summer of 2010 Sammy recorded “Party Records”, a mixtape over beats by the likes of Deadmau5, Rusko, and A-Trak, in London.  Leading to a nationwide House of Blue tour, Adams found his top single from Boston’s Boy “Driving Me Crazy” getting spins on the radio, and the “Party Records” mixtape with critical acclaim. 

All the hype led Adams, and his independent label 1st Round Records, to a deal with Sony RCA.  While on RCA, Sammy collaborated with Enrique Iglesias, writing and featuring on his single “Finally Found You”, as well as producing hits such as All Night Longer, Blow Up, and Only One.  During his four years at RCA, Sammy released an EP entitled “Homecoming” which cracked the top ten on the iTunes charts. 

Deciding to go independent again, Adams is set to release his first full-length studio album, “Long Way”, after debuting his first song over 5 years ago.  Including features from B.o.B. and tracks produced by Tiësto, “Long Way” is filled with hits such as “Helluva”, “Rock With You”, “Long Way”, “Electric Appeal”, and “War”.  With his original team back in place, Sammy Adams is ready to prove everybody right.