J. Adam Broome is a man of faith, and a true southern guy who was born and raised in the rural upstate of South Carolina. Broome had been dabbling in the music industry for years, but as of last spring, he decided to go all in as a singer/songwriter and entertainer. He has since been songwriting with numerous local artists while working on his own projects, and you can expect to hear his blood, sweat and tears come through your speakers in his music. Broome is currently working on his debut EP, and is set to release his first single “Jack and Coke.”
“Jack and Coke” was written solely by Broome. He said about the song: “Jack and Coke is super close to my heart. Like always, I feel like this release comes at a crazy relevant point in my life.”
The single begins with a drum kick-off that rolls into the raspy-voiced Broome gently describing his first thoughts of a woman who caught his eye. The chorus depicts this girl by using comparisons of different types of alcohol, naming her as “the good stuff,” “Jack and Coke.” The momentum continues through the second verse, building intensity as it distinguishes her as being worth the chase, “Girl you’ve got me hurtin’ but I can’t put you down.” He closes out with a revert back to his initial thought, “At first sight I didn’t think you were dangerous, just a tall glass of something sweet,” as the pace rapidly winds down, leaving us all wondering what will happen next with these two could-be lovers.
J. Adam Broome is currently working on putting songs together for his debut EP that is projected this upcoming spring. If you’ve been following him for a while, you’ll be happy to hear some familiar songs on there, such as “Picture Ain’t A Picture,” as well as some new material. You can pick up “Jack and Coke” on iTunes starting December 9!
Catch a sneak peak here: