June 15, 2010 01:34:16 GMT
Through this music video, the 'For Your Entertainment' singer wants to prove that music can bring people together.
The wait is finally over as Adam Lambert's highly-anticipated music video for his single "If I Had You" has been debuted on Monday, June 14. The Bryan Barber-directed clip mostly focuses on the singing and dancing scenes the singer does with a number of people at Griffith Park, California.
"What it's saying is no matter what color your skin is, no matter what religion you are, no matter what your sexuality is ... we can all party together," Adam told MTV. "And all this other stuff - money, success, fortune, fashion, glam - it's all great, but it doesn't mean anything if you're not connecting."
Adam Lambert is currently traveling across North America for his Glam Nation tour to promote his debut album "For Your Entertainment" in which "If I Had You" appears as the third single. He is touring with his "American Idol" pal Allison Iraheta and Australian singer/songwriter Orianthi.
Adam Lambert's "If I Had You" music video