Adam Lambert confirms label talks
Adam Lambert has confirmed that he is in discussions with a "couple" of record labels.
The vocal powerhouse parted ways with RCA earlier this year due to "creative differences", with the label said to have been wanting the singer to work on an 80s covers record.
He said at the time: "Thanks to them, I have grown as both a songwriter and a vocalist. Artistically & professionally, I think it is essential that I continue with this evolution."
Talking on his latest appearance on the Ellen show, Lambert confirmed that he is speaking to a few labels and producers as he continues to work on new material. He said:
"I'm the studio, I'm working. I'm talking to a couple of labels, big producers. Things are turning."
The singer has released two albums since leaving American Idol as a runner-up in 2009 - 'For Your Entertainment' and 2012's 'Trespassing'.
He also recently appeared on Avicii's debut album 'True' in the shape of 'Lay Me Down', which also features Nile Rodgers.
Watch Lambert talk to Ellen below:
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