Beside working with RedOne, Adam Lambert also has Sam Sparro helping him to finish his post-'American Idol' album.
It is revealed that Adam Lambert will be working with Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Sam Sparro for his post-"American Idol" album. "On my way to songwriting session w the brilliant Sam Sparro!!" so Adam wrote on his Twitter.
In related news, Adam Lambert gives details about what kind of sounds he will craft for the record. "The vibe is gonna be rock at the center of it, but in a pop fashion," he told E! Online. "So lots of hooks, lots of beats on there to make people dance, with an electronic production. So it's definitely going to sound modern, but with like a nod to the 60's and 70's rock feel, and the 80's."
Beside working with Sam Sparro, Adam will also be helped by acclaimed producer RedOne in getting the effort done. "I want to go rock -- David Bowie and Queen, but make it more easy for people to get. It has to be rock, but with an interesting dance angle to it, you know? You'll like it," RedOne previously said about his project with Adam.
Adam's post-Idol album is yet to be titled. It will be released under 19 Recordings/RCA this fall. Greater than that, an album that he recorded long before he auditioned for Idol will also be dropped before the end of this year, only this time it will be delivered via Hi Fi Recordings. Most recently, his song titled "Want" from the pre-Idol effort has been made available for digital download on iTunes.