The American rapper/songwriter Samuel Adams Wisner, A.K.A Sammy Adams comes from the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts where he was born on August 14 1987. Early in his life, Adams became very adept at playing the piano. He was so comfortable at the keyboards that he was beginning to develop his own beats and melodies by the time he reached middle school. In 2008, Adams began writing and recording his own music using nothing more than his Macbook and a couple of software programs. In 2009, he released his first bit of the music to the public through YouTube. The song was "I Hate College (Remix)", a remix of rapper Asher Roth's song "I Love College", and it received more than 7.6 million hits since it was posted. Later in 2009, Adams headed into the studio to record his debut album under the RCA and 1st Round Records labels. The new album entitled Boston's Boy was released in March of 2010. The album hit its peak at No. 7 on the US Billboard Rap Chart, while making it as high as No. 73 on the Billboard Hot 200 Albums Chart. The album's lead single "Driving Me Crazy" cracked Billboard's top 100 Singles, coming in at No. 90. His music was good enough to get him on the lineup for Lollapalooza in Chicago in August 2011, and later a January 2012 spot on the US late night talk show Conan. After some touring to promote his new album, Adams returned to the studio to begin work on his next albums. Homecoming was released in November of 2013. The album peaked at No. 5 on the Rap Chart on climbed all the way to No. 45 on the Billboard 200.