Adam Mitchel Lambert (born January 29, 1982) is an American singer, songwriter, and actor. Since 2009, he has sold over 3 million albums and 5 million singles worldwide. Alongside his solo career, Lambert has collaborated with rock band Queen as lead vocalist for Queen + Adam Lambert since 2011, including several worldwide tours from 2014 to 2020. Their first album, Live Around the World, released in October 2020, and debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart. In late 2019, Lambert founded the non-profit Feel Something Foundation, anchoring his ongoing philanthropy, LGBTQ+, and human rights activism. Its particular focus is support for organizations and projects that directly and disproportionately impact the LGBTQ+ community, including education and the arts, mental health, suicide prevention, and homelessness.
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6. Beg for Mercy, 2011
“I like this CD, LOVE Adams vocal abilities, Trespassing and Entertainment are must haves for your collection, i am excited to hear what the amazing artist will do next, i have an extensive music collection and I can’t seem to go a day without his music; TOTALLY AWESOME”
5. Velvet, 2020
“Adam’s funky album is his most consistent one, however, this might still not end up being as loved as his previous effort, which was a mixed bag: basically all of these songs are pretty good, it’s just there aren’t as many highlight moments here. Overglow standing as the centerpiece of the release, instantly shone out all the other tracks. Nevertheless, this might still grow on me in the future because I really love the production and the thick sound and I think this style just really fits Adam’s voice (well, he’s an awesome singer so everything fits his voice). This time even the ballads are quite tasteful! There’s this classy and smooth feel to the album that kind of cheers me up and strangely I pretty much like going through each song everytime, it’s just I don’t remember much of it when the record is ended. Maybe it’s one of those albums that need extra time to sink in because it really gives good vibes.”
4. Take One, 2009
“I know and understand the reasoning behind Adam not being thrilled this album was released (not his style) and the objections Glamberts have as I have been a Glambert since Day One. However, whether we like it or not, he was paid for doing these songs and the company was within its rights to release them, however shady it may be. That said, one shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss this album. Yes it is not Adam’s style — no glam, no rock. However, he has the vocal prowess to make even this mish-mashed (and sometimes lame) collection of songs sound like vocal masterpieces. Some are in his lower range, which I happen to really enjoy and, while it isn’t “him,” it certainly proves that this man can sing ANYTHING! It is worth a listen if for no other reason than to hear a piece of Adam’s musical journey before he hit it big.”
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3. Trespassing, 2012
“Trespassing is definitely a very likable album for the most part and really should garner Adam some respect in the pop music scene dominated by females. The songs have excellent beats and are catchy and I would fully expect to hear any of the first 7 tracks almost at anytime, anywhere.”
2. For Your Entertainment, 2009
“Fresh off a second place finish on 2009’s edition of American Idol, Adam Lambert is a big voiced blank slate. His likes are glam rock, electro-pop, unexpected traipses into falsetto, and heavy eye makeup – and that alone could have been the solicitation for the parade of notable songwriters that lay their trademarks across his voice on his major label debut.”
1. The Original High, 2015
“I absolutely love this album. Adam has matured vocally so much since American Idol, and has settled in to his genre. This album has a lot of depth and is very emotional. This is his best album so far, and I look forward to new music from him.”