Last week Adam Lambert became the first openly gay male artist to score the top spot on Billboard's album chart after his new record, Trespassing, sold 77,000 copies during its first week. Lambert recently sat down with Rolling Stone to chat about the darker subject matter on Tresspassing, teaming up with Pharrell and their long chats about life and music, and how working with various producers allowed Lambert to create a record that, as he put it, "represented all of me."
Be sure to check out the dystopic new clip for Trespassing's second single, "Never Close Our Eyes."
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