This past weekend, Sammy Adams performed at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom as part of his “Senioritis” tour.
Sammy Adams is no stranger to Colorado. He’s performed at the Global Dance Festival and the Fox Theatre in Boulder.
In 2009, the artist reached Internet stardom with his song “I Hate College,” which was recorded in response to Asher Roth’s “I Love College.”
Since then, Sammy Adams has gained a following with EPs like “Boston Boy” and “Homecoming,” along with singles such as “Driving Me Crazy,” “All Night Longer,” and “Where You Are.”
The artist has collaborated with Pharrell Williams, Ryan Tedder, Mike Posner, Bei Maejor, Supa Dups, Afrojack, Matty Trump, Vinylz, and others.
This past weekend, the rapper, songwriter, and producer stopped by Denver to perform at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom. This wasn’t Sammy Adams’ first time performing at Cervantes. You could tell the artist was in his element. The stage and the crowd were totally lit.
I was lucky enough to meet the artist before the show. He told me that he was having a helluva time in Denver. Also, he’s designing his own strain of marijuana named “almost alright.” Judging from his visit to Denver, I wouldn’t be surprised if Sammy Adams returned in the foreseeable future.
When asked why she loves Sammy Adams, one fan explained: “He always connects with his fans on a more personal level than other artists.”
After meeting Sammy in person, I completely understood where this fan was coming from. Despite being a talented and successful artist, Sammy Adams comes off as a humble and honest dude.
To keep up with Sammy Adams, you can follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For merchandise or tickets to future stops on the Senioritis Tour, visit SammyAdamsMusic.com.