According to news blog Hamada Mania, Adam Lambert is working again with Bonnie McKee and adding Tommy English on his fourth album. This is backed up by tweets from McKee and video from Adam.
The best news is we can look for this album later this year!
— Bonnie McKee (@BonnieMcKee) April 10, 2017
In the studio liiiike…. pic.twitter.com/rsj6R9x2sT
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) April 10, 2017
This is very exciting news for Glamberts and world-wide fans. I can only wonder if Max Martin and Shellback will be involved on this project? Without jumping to any conclusions, it could just be a schedule conflict or a desire to change things up. But I can’t help going to the dark side speculating could the lack of radio play for The Original High (other than Ghost Town) have any basis?
Taken from Hamada Mania, “McKee previously co-wrote “Cuckoo” and “Chokehold” for Lambert alongside regular collaborators Josh Abraham and Oliver “Oligee” Goldstein. Both tracks appear on Lambert’s sophomore studio collection, 2012’s “Trespassing,” which topped to the US Billboard 200 Albums Chart.
Meanwhile, English – who is signed to Pulse Music Group – is known for his songwriting and productions credits with BØRNS (“Electric Love”), Dark Waves (“Echo”), New Politics (“Everywhere I Go”), Black Veil Brides (“Devil In The Mirror”) and Makua Rotham (“Lost In Translation”).
I’m very encouraged to see these creative artists working with Adam! I love BØRNS (“Electric Love”) and New Politics is one of my favorite groups. Also noted for this album is Adam’s friend Ferras Al-Qaisi, who has written for Ricky Martin and Idina Menzel, among others. What do you all think?
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~ Carol ~