Sammy Adams (born Samuel Adams Wisner on August 14th, 1987 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States) is an American rapper and recording artist.
Adams started recording songs on his Macbook in 2008 from his college dormitory room. Over the course of the next two years, he recorded a large amount of material that would be used on his later releases. In early 2010, he emerged into the music industry with his release of "I Hate College (Remix)", a remix of Asher Roth's I Love College, on YouTube. He was able to sell his EP, Boston's Boy, released on March 4, 2010 by 1st Round Records. The EP managed to reach #73 on The Billboard 200. Boston's Boy also debuted at number one on the iTunes hip-hop chart in its first week, and the song "Driving Me Crazy" hit #8 on iTunes hip-hop singles chart.
In the end of June 2010, Adams finished his first mixtape, Party Records Mixtape, in London. It was released on September 23, 2010. It was produced by DJ Whoo Kid and DJ Cash and sampled beats from Deadmau5 (Some Chordz) and Yolanda Be Cool (No Speak Americano), as well as others.
In August 2011, Adams performed at Lollapalooza in Chicago.
In November 2011, Adams released the first single, titled "Blow Up", from his forthcoming album. The song was also made available as a free download from his website. In January 2012, Adams made his T.V debut on Conan with Conan O'Brien.