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Global superstar Adam Lambert releases single, “Never Close Our Eyes” off his highly anticipated new album, TRESPASSING. The track, which was written and produced by Bruno Mars and Dr. Luke, will be available April 17 via iTunes as an instant grat for anyone who pre-orders the deluxe version of TRESPASSING.
TRESPASSING, due out on RCA Records/19 Recordings on May 15, will be available in a 12 track standard edition as well as a deluxe edition with 3 additional bonus tracks. In addition to co-writing many of the tracks, Lambert collaborated with an all star list of award winning artists, producers and songwriters including Pharrell Williams, Claude Kelly, Benny Blanco, Bonnie McKee, Nile Rogers, Sam Sparro and the aforementioned Dr. Luke and Bruno Mars.
Click here to listen to "Never Close Our Eyes", and here for the track listing.
(New York – NY) Global superstar Adam Lambert will release his highly anticipated second album TRESPASSING (RCA Records / 19 Recordings) on May 15, 2012.
Lambert describes TRESPASSING, which he executive produced as "an exciting journey through the past two years of my life. It's been a transformative period and I really wanted to make music from what I've experienced. All these songs honestly explore the ups and downs of my reality."
In addition to co-writing many of the tracks, Lambert collaborated with an all star list of award winning artists, producers and songwriters including Pharrell Williams, Dr. Luke, Bruno Mars, Claude Kelly, Benny Blanco, Bonnie McKee, Nile Rogers, and Sam Sparro.
TRESPASSING is currently available for pre-order from Adam's website, AdamOfficial.com.
Click the play buttons below to listen to snippets of TRESPASSING tracks:
WATCH / LISTEN: Adam Lambert in his new video for his latest single, "If I Had You". Says Adam of the video: “In addition to the fantastic beat and melody, the song’s lyrics are what really stand out to me,” the 28-year-old entertainer shared, adding, “the message is one of Love.”
'The Talanted Adam Lambert' shows off some slick styles for YRB Magazine. The glam shots were taken by photographer Mike Ruiz for the mag's fashion section. Adam is currently in Europe promoting his latest album, For Your Entertainment. ONE MORE PHOTO on next page, a couple more at YRB.
Photography: Mike Ruiz | Styling: Darius Baptist | Grooming: Roberto Morelli | Hair: Davide Torchio for Cloutier Agency
OUT Magazine unveiled their 4th Annual Power 50 list - a veritable who’s who of prominent gay men and women representing all walks of life. From entertainers to politicians, writers, and cultural icons, the Power 50 honors the influencers affecting the cultural and social landscape for the LGBT community. Taking into account political clout, personal wealth, and an individual’s media profile, the list recognizes men and women living the good fight.
Ellen DeGeneres tops this year’s list, with America getting a double dose of the multi-Emmy winner via her hugely popular talk show and her new gig as American Idol judge. DeGeneres traded spots with Massachusetts congressman Barney Frank, whose outspoken demeanor has made him a rare political figure: a progressive with a visible spine.
Notable figures in this year’s Power 50 include:
Adam Lambert — His Rolling Stone cover was the magazine’s best seller of 2009, but he really caught fire after his American Music Awards performance forced ABC to break out its rule book.
Rachel Maddow — Although her ratings have declined since the end of the presidential campaign, Maddow remains the most compelling voice of liberal dissent on television. And when asked by The Washington Post if she was biased when it came to reporting on issues such as “don’t ask, don’t tell,” she replied, “I can’t do the show as a non-gay person. I don’t have that option.”
Neil Patrick Harris — Today’s go-to awards show host of choice has earned two Golden Globe and three Emmy nominations for his work on How I Met Your Mother. Now the actor has three movies and a guest-starring spot on Glee scheduled for 2010.
Perez Hilton — Whether posing with Lady Gaga or helping launch new bands, Perez Hilton, with his robust website, has remained the “Queen of All Media.” After an ongoing battle with Miss California USA, Carrie Prejean, Hilton has used his power to become one of the community’s most visible activists.
Wanda Sykes — In addition to landing her own late-night talk show, Sykes became both the first African-American woman and first openly LGBT person to host the annual White House Correspondents Dinner. Additionally, in April 2009 she and her wife, Alex, welcomed twins to their family.