Adam Lambert “These Are Your Rights”in an animated musical show “We the People”

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Adam Lambert is an American singer, songwriter and actor know here some interesting facts and New Song “These Are Your Rights”

Adam Lambert Releases Song “These Are Your Rights” 

American singer-songwriter Adam Lambert joined in an animated musical show “We the People” produced by former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. From the show, he released a new song “These Are Your Rights” on July 4, 2021.The track was written by Adam Lambert, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The video was created by Chris Nee and directed by Trisha Gum.

The episode explained, “These are our rights, what makes the USA the USA: speech, press, religion and more — and no one can take them away.” Adam Lambert shared on social media, These are your rights, I wrote ’em down! Check out my episode of Netflix, featuring my song “These Are Your Rights” on YouTube/Spotify now and tune in to the whole series on Netflix on July 4th! Thanks for having me Barack Obama & Michelle Obama! So happy to be a part of this show!

Adam Lambert Facts

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Adam Lambert Career

He rose to notoriety after finishing second in the eighth season of the renowned reality television show ‘American Idol.’ Lambert’s professional career began when he was ten years old, when he appeared in local theatre productions such as “You’re a Good Man,” “Camelot,” “Grease,” “Hello,” and “Charlie Brown.” He appeared as an understudy in the touring Broadway musical ‘Wicked,’ and in the first night of the musical ‘Ten Commandments,’ he shared the stage alongside Val Kilmer.

Adam began polishing his singing and music composing skills at a young age, and he and his buddies formed an underground rock band named ‘The Citizen Vein.’ Following his impressive performance on the ‘American Idol’ summer tour, he teamed up with RCA Records to release his debut album, ‘For Your Entertainment,’ which debuted at #3 on the ‘Billboard 200.’ He received a ‘Grammy’ nomination for ‘Best Male Pop Vocal Performance’ for one of the album’s hits.

Trespassing, his sophomore album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 three years later. However, it did not have the same economic success as his first. Adam was featured in future seasons of ‘American Idol,’ including an appearance as a panellist in the 14th season, after first debuting in the eighth season. He replaced late Freddie Mercury as the lead vocalist for ‘Queen’ on one of their nationwide music tours. Adam’s third studio album, ‘Original High,’ debuted at number three on the ‘US Billboard 200.’

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