Download links and information about Boston's Boy by Sammy Adams. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 56:52 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Pop|
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|2.||Driving Me Crazy Remix (feat. G Curtis + Vision)||4:06|
|4.||Just Love Here||4:09|
|5.||Coast 2 Coast||3:21|
|8.||I'm So High||3:14|
|9.||Still I Rise (feat. G Curtis)||3:51|
|10.||See Me Now||3:28|
|11.||Jets Over Boston (feat. Curren$y)||2:43|
|16.||Better Than You||3:34|
Amping up Asher Roth’s college kid rap with more macho and less irony, Sam Adams — and that’s his real first and middle name — was accused of faking the numbers when this debut EP topped digital hip-hop charts. Adams soon produced the sales figures to prove the haters wrong, but what everyone seemed to forget was that the pop-rapper’s Roth-like style was extremely hot in early 2010, and if you can skillfully blend in some of Ke$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.