Adam Lambert on his career: 'I'm here to stay and I'll fight for this'
'Trespassing' hitmaker Adam Lambert has opened up about his journey in the music industry so far and revealed to Access Hollywood that he isn't the kind of person to just give up when it gets tough.
When asked if he has ever felt overwhelmed by fame and has been tempted to quit, the vocal sensation confessed that he is in it for the long haul and won't give up: "Not yet. I'm in it to win it - I'm here to stay. I'm going to keep fighting for it."
"I have an album coming out! I have a single coming out on April 21 called 'Ghost Town' that I'm very excited about and this album comes out this summer. I worked with Max Martin and Shellback - they helped me do the whole thing. It's something different... it's a different sound for me and I can't wait for people to hear it."
The sensation recently spoke out about his forthcoming new single and told Attitude magazine that it's 'really dark': "Oh it’s really dark. For someone who listens to lyrics, it’s dark. I’ve done a lot of camp in the past and worn ‘out there’ clothing – feathers and glitter – and I’ve had a great time doing it. I kind of grew up thinking that every day was Halloween, but as I’ve gotten older, in the last five years, I’ve become a little bit past that."
Watch a recent interview with Lambert here:
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