More live performances from Adam Lambert have been revealed by his team, this time showing him in East London taking on the title track from his album 'The Original High' as well as fan-favourite song 'Another Lonely Night'.
Along with the stunning performances, Adam also takes the chance to talk about changing labels, working with the likes of Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers and more in the accompanying clips.
Chatting about his work with the musical icons above, Adam says: "While we were on the American Idol tour I was running around studios trying to put my album together, my first album - my head was spinning. I worked with Nile Rodgers and Pharrell - those guys, they're genuises. I feel lucky I got to work with them. It was a growing process as well, as I was learning what my sound was."
Moving on to speak about leaving his record label and the proposed 'covers album', he adds: "To be successful in this industry you have to have a side of you that's a business person and a side of you that's an artist. And on a business level, I was being objective - OK, I can see how this [the covers album] would be a good business proposition. But I was waiting to see if my 'artist' would respond to it.
"I was listening to the music and it just didn't resonate - it didn't feel like what I should be doing - I just had to trust my gut on that. And it was a little scary saying so, because I was like, 'I guess that means I gotta go'.
Upon its release, 'The Original High' became Adam's highest-charting album in the UK hitting the top 10, whilst also becoming his third consecutive top three album in America.
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