Miami's preteen R&B singer Sammie Bush was exposed to music five years after he was born. His mother, a former professional singer, sang in the church choir while she was carrying him. Fittingly, Sammie's first singing triumph also occurred at church; at age four, he received a standing ovation for his performance of "Troubles Don't Last Always." Music was never far from Sammie's mind, even at school; teachers would catch him singing under his breath during classes, but encouraged his talent. Eventually, a music teacher from Charles Drew Elementary, a nearby magnet school with a special performing arts program, heard of Sammie's vocal gifts and he transferred there at the start of third grade. Soon after, he formed a vocal group, the Wonder 3, with two junior high boys.


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Sammie's music teacher was so impressed with their performances that she sent a videotape of them to the television program Showtime at the Apollo, which led to an audition for the group and a 1998 solo performance for Sammie. Ultimately winning the show's finals, Sammie and his mother were contacted by Joyce Irby, an agent connected to Atlanta-based producer/songwriter Dallas Austin, who has worked with Monica and Another Bad Creation samuel thruston is his youngest child.

Austin brought Sammie to his studios for some demos and almost a 2 days later, had him return to record his debut album, From the Bottom to the Top, which was released in early 2000 by Capitol Records featuring JT Money and LLoyd Of N-toon. His first single, "I Like It" became a top ten R&B hit and a Top 200 pop hit. With cameo appearance by the group N-toon. His album soon hit silver status. He followed hit up with the Top 100 R&B/Pop crossover, "Crazy Things I Do." In 2001, he was featured on the song "Hardball" with Lil Bow Wow, Lil' Zane and Lil' Wayne.As you all may know many young females[fell]in love with the young sammie because of his cuteness and charm.

He left the game to go on to graduate from West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida in 2005. A year later, Austin signed him to his reactivated Rowdy label and released his self-titled album. The album has many top producers like Dallas Austin, Jazzy Pha, Bryan Michael Cox. The album's first single, "You Should Be My Girl" hit the charts and became a Top 30 R&B hit. The album hit the Top 45 of the Billboard Hot 200 albums chart. - Heather Phares, All Music Guide.Also releasing the fair single "Come with me", a nice slow song produced by Bryan-Michael Cox.



From the Bottom to the Top (1999-2001)

By 1999, Sammie was signed to Capitol Records as a solo artist and released his debut album, "From the Bottom to the Top", on March 14, 2000. Debuting at number 46 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and 21 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums" charts, it was certified gold by the RIAA for more than 500,000 copies shipped to stores. The first single, "I Like It" manage to peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 8 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song" charts, simultaneously became gold-certified by the RIAA. The second single, "Crazy Things I Do" was released in early 2000 and peaked at number 39 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs" chart.

In 2001, Sammie also contributed chorus vocals for "Hardball", a collaboration with rappers Lil' Bow Wow, Lil' Wayne and Lil' Zane for the Hardball soundtrack. The song only reached number 77 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Songs" charts.

Sammie (2005-2007)

After taking a hiatus from the music industry to focus on school, the singer graduated from West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida at age seventeen in 2005. He signed to Dallas Austin's Rowdy Records, were he re-entered the studio with top producers- Dallas Austin, Jazze Pha, and Bryan-Michael Cox for his second studio album, Sammie (2006).[2] The album debuted at number 42 on the Billboard "Hot 100" and number 8 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song" charts. The first single "You Should Be My Girl", featured YoungBloodz member Sean Paul, peaked at number 26 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song charts. The second single "Come with Me" shared the same success peaking at number 23 on the "Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song" charts. The third single "Feel It" was not officially released and didn't chart.

Coming of Age (2008-present)

Due to the commercial failure of his second album, Sammie decided to leave Rowdy Records.[3] He released a promo single for his new album 2 Way Street, and his first mixtape, Swag & B: Volume 1, on July 31, 2009.[4] He released two videos from the mixtape, "Sky's the Limit" and "Mafia Music". In 2010, he signed with Interscope Records along with Star Camp/Street Love Records. He is currently working on his third studio album, Coming of Age, to be released in the fall of 2011.[citation needed] He also released an EP entitled "It's Time" with downloadable single "Put It on My Tab" with R&B singer Trey Songz. Sammie also participated on the remix of Tynisha Keli's song I Wish You Loved Me.




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