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Flynn Adam
Birth nameFlynn Adam Atkins
Also known asFlynn, FLYNN, Flynn Adam
Born (1973-08-03) August 3, 1973 (age 47)
OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S
GenresHip hop, alternative, electronic
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, producer
InstrumentsEnsoniq ASR-10, Korg MS2000, vocals
Years active1996–present
Associated actsLA Symphony, Rootbeer

Flynn Adam Atkins (born August 3,[1] 1973)[2] is an American producer, singer and rapper originating from Los Angeles, California. He is currently independent and has released an EP: Bang the Drums. Flynn Adam has also been featured numerous times on RadioU and TVU for his music video, "Such a Time", and is an active member of the hip hop music duo Rootbeer. He was also a member of famed Christian hip-hop group LA Symphony which is currently on hiatus.

Albums and EPs

In 1996, Flynn Adam created Eartube Empire to release his first EP titled Memoirs under the name Flynn Adam Atkins.[3]

After releasing Memoirs, Flynn Adam Atkins released his first full-length studio album titled Louder in 1997. It was re-released in 2003.[4]

In 2000, Flynn Adam Atkins went under the name, "Flynn" and released the album Burnt Out on the Microcker label.[5] The album cover was designed like a giant matchbook.

In 2004, Flynn signed to ILLECT Recordings and released the experimental hip hop album, In Like Flynn.[6]

After five years of near inactivity with his solo work mainly due to time involved with LA Symphony, Flynn came back as Flynn Adam and released three digital EPs within the same year, which included three music videos, along with one hard copy album which included a compilation of the three EPs. In January, Flynn Adam released the digital EP, Such a Time, including the title track and matching music video which became almost instant hits on RadioU and TVU.[citation needed] Within just more than two months, Flynn Adam released another digital-only EP titled Dishes and another titled Adios. In May 2009, a hard compilation of the three EPs was released called 500,000 Boomin' Watts and was available only from the Gotee Records online store or from Flynn Adams official store.



Released Title Label(s)
1997 Louder Eartube Empire
2000 BurntOut Eartube Empire
May 4, 2004 In Like Flynn ILLECT Recordings
July 2009 500,000 Boomin’ Watts Gotee
January 2013 Do or Die Eartube Empire


Released Title Label(s)
1996 Memoirs Eartube Empire
January 27, 2009 Such a Time Gotee Records
March 31, 2009 Dishes Gotee Records
May 26, 2009 Adios Gotee Records
May 26, 2009 500,000 Boomin' Watts Gotee Records
May 25, 2010 Bang the Drums Flynn Adam Records


  1. ^ Flynn Adam [@flynnadam] (3 August 2009). "Yes it's true... Today is my birthday" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  2. ^ Intelius. "Flynn A Atkins in  the United States". Intelius. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  3. ^ Flynn Adam Atkins, "Memoirs EP" Review Retrieved June 19, 2009.
  4. ^ Flynn Adam Atkins, "Louder" Review Retrieved June 19, 2009.
  5. ^ Flynn, "BurntOut" Review Retrieved June 19, 2009
  6. ^ Flynn, In Like Flynn Review Retrieved June 19, 2009

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