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Boston's Boy

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Album Review

Amping up Asher Roth’s college kid rap with more macho and less irony, Sam Adams — and that’s his real first and middle name — was accused of faking the numbers when this debut EP topped digital hip-hop charts. Adams soon produced the sales figures to prove the haters wrong, but what everyone seemed to forget was that the pop-rapper’s Roth-like style was extremely hot in early 2010, and if you can skillfully blend in some of Ke$ha’s attitude, some Shwayze-like beats, and 3OH!3’s lack of shame, the charts are bound to be yours. Boston's Boy isn’t the perfect blend, but it is close enough that the gum-snapping teens will understand and likely dance with brew in the air as Adams suggests on the party time highlight “Swang Your Drank.” While the track is hip-hop by way of Flo Rida, “Driving Me Crazy” is almost entirely dance-pop, and infectious dance-pop at that. The feel-good “Coast to Coast” falls somewhere in the middle, although “Girl problems, you think you have some/Hit the beach, you won’t have one” like most of his lyrics, is straight out of suburbia. Put it all together, and Boston’s Boy ends up a worthy soundtrack for rocking the cul de sac, and it's short enough to finish before the cops show up threatening to call their parents.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mixing Shwayze-like beats, the caustic attitude of Ke$ha, and a tough version of suburban rap, Boston's Sammy Adams caused quite a stir in 2010 when his debut album topped the digital hip-hop charts the week of its release. Sam Adams — his real first and middle name — was a senior at Trinity College in Hartford when he decided to inject some attitude into Asher Roth's hit "I Love College." With the results posted online under the name Sam Adams, his answer song, "I Hate College," made...
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