Adam Lambert's new album 'Trespassing' will be full of "sex music"
Adam Lambert has promised to turn up the heat with his new album and revealed that it will be packed with "sex music".
Speaking exclusively to Rolling Stone magazine, the superstar explained that his sophomore offering 'Trespassing' is set to feature some raunchy cuts that he can't wait to unleash on his fans:
"There's party music, sex music, fucked-up-relationship S&M music. But every song explores something real."
Elaborating on the theme of the 'real', Lambert admitted that one of his new songs entitled 'Outlaws of Love' addresses gay marriage and the issues surrounding it in modern society:
"I'd never considered marriage before, but now that I am, I can't do it."
The endlessly talented vocalist added that he still can't comprehend the success he has enjoyed since appearing on American Idol and is so grateful for the opportunity to show the world what he can do:
"No major label would've signed a gay 27-year-old white theater dude without Idol. Now it's about how I use the platform. Whoever you are, I hope you can find yourself in these songs. If that happens, I've won."
The full interview will be published in the December 8 edition of Rolling Stone and you can watch him talk about his new record from the 2011 Equality Awards' red carpet here:
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