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MUSIC VIDEO: Sammy Adams – All Night Longer

Just a day ahead of its iTunes debut, Sammy Adams has jumped the gun and released his official music video for “All Night Longer.”

Taken from his recent OK Cool mixtape (and possibly his forthcoming debut album), “All Night Longer” is another party-hop track featuring Sammy going in about a crazy night in the club. Some will hate, but if it’s his life then it’s the story he needs to tell. You can view the clip, which is chock full of fun visuals and pretty girls, after the jump.

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MIXTAPE: Sammy Adams – OK Cool

We told you last night that Boston’s Boy had a new release on the way and here we are with the results. Just short of two hours late on release, Sammy Adams’ has dropped his pre-album, OK Cool, on the masses. The mixtape features fifteen tracks from the young party hop artist, and should go a long way towards wetting appetites for his forthcoming major label debut. If you want to jump on the Sammy Adams bandwagon, click here and grab the record FOR FREE.

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STREAM: Sammy Adams – “Just Me And My Vocals”

We just posted one leak off Sammy Adam’s forthcoming mixtape, OKCOOL, and we’re already back with another. Consider the fact I just went on a 100+ word rant praising the party-hop stylings of Boston’s Boy, I’ll save a bit of digital space and keep this one simple:

“Just Me And My Vocals” is the latest leak of OKCOOL. If you like your beats thumping so hard you cannot help dancing, this one is for you. You can stream the track after the jump.

OKCool is rumored to be dropping at 10AM tomorrow. Stay tuned for updates.

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Sammy Adams Unleashes “Fall Back,” New Pre-Album Mixtape Out Tuesday

Boston’s Boy Sammy Adams is up to his party-hop ways once again with a brand new track that proves he remembers where he came from.

Taking to Twitter on Monday, Adams announced a pre-album entitled OKCOOL to be released Tuesday morning in celebration of Sammy’s birthday week (and to get fans excited for his forthcoming label debut, of course). In order to keep the hype going all night long, Adams decided to tease fans and leak one of the mixtape’s tracks early for everyone’s listening pleasure. You can now find that song, entitled “Fall Back,” after the jump.

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