Sam Woolf just dropped his new single “Fast & Dirty,” along with a music video too!
The 20-year-old former American Idol contestant gets shirtless, takes a shower, and flirts up a storm with some girls.
“Never in a million years did I think I’d have a song called ‘Fast and Dirty’ haha…I’d just like to say that this song/video is supposed to be kind of a joke,” Sam wrote about how the song came about. “So don’t take it seriously ;) It all started with my friend Orion and I making a trip to Rumson, New Jersey for the weekend to write with a guy named Stephen. We had never met before but, became friends during the session.”
“We got right to work when we arrived. We started with tracking guitars,” he continued. “Orion had a riff he’d been working on. He laid that down. Stephen added a few things behind it so we had a basic structure to experiment with melodies…I remember messing around with some ideas and the words ‘fast and dirty’ kinda just slipped out of my mouth. We all sort of laughed about it, but at the same time thought, wait…this is pretty bold.. and kind of hilarious!”
Watch Sam‘s new video below and tell us what you think!
The 20-year-old singer and former American Idol finalist just dropped his song “Stop Thinking About It,” complete with a music video too.
“Started this song with my friend Orion back in September of 2015,” Sam captioned the video. “He was showing me a riff he’d been working on. I started messing around with some melodies over it. From there, we both could feel what kind of sound/vibe we wanted it to have, so it was easy working together. After finding the melodies and figuring out the structure of the song, the lyrics were the only thing left to finish.”
Sam added, “For me, I always save them for last because, I’m pretty picky about what words I wanna use and the message I wanna get across. For this song, everyone has things that worry or bother them. Stop Thinking About It is about letting those things go, learning how to adjust to new change, and realizing that you can’t let certain memories or thoughts get to you… I’m really excited to show you guys the final product! I wanna thank Brett Whitte for producing it and Mats Sandahl for playing bass on it! Thank you Kevin Greene for making the video!”