Sammy Adams’ new song “Where You Are” reminds listeners to simply live in the moment and enjoy life. “There isn’t a right or wrong place to be, it is just ‘where you are’ at that time. It could stand for your love life, business, location, etc.,” Adams expressed to Billboard in a statement.
“To me [the song is] about living in the moment — and believing in something that others may not,” the Boston native continued. “There’s so much pressure to be successful and popular in this ADD media society we live in — the song is a reminder to breathe, enjoy, and live you’re life the way you want to.”
Paired with black and white cover art, the smooth track (produced by Wyred) is an anthem for millennials featuring encouraging words, cool ad-libs and a catchy hook.
Adams first hit the music scene in 2009 with “I Hate College,” a remix to Asher Roth’s hit “I Love College.” The following year, he released his first independent album Boston’s Boy which landed him the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ Hip- Hop charts.
Aside from working on a ton of new music, Adams is preparing for his very own Home Alone for the Holidays Tour kicking off at the House of Blues in Boston on Dec. 27 and concluding at the Georgia Theatre in Athens on Jan. 26. Following the holiday-themed shows, Sammy will embark on The Senioritis Tour, which will hit 21 college towns beginning in late January and going through February.
Listen to the premiere of “Where You Are” and check out his Senioritis Tour dates below.