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ADAM LAMBERT RELEASES ‘COMIN IN HOT’ THE SAM SPARRO & KNIGHTS OF ZION REMIX

Adam Lambert has released the Sam Sparro & Knights of Zion remix of his latest track ‘Comin in Hot’. The original track was written by Adam Lambert, Michelle Buzz, Andrew Davidson, Sean Davidson, Katie Pearlman, and produced by The Monarch, and was the third release from Adam’s upcoming fourth album Velvet, which will be released in two parts. ‘Side A’ is due September.

Adam surprised fans in February with the new song ‘Feel Something’ (taken from ‘Velvet’), following Queen + Adam Lambert’s incredible performance opening the 2019 Oscars Ceremony. The announcement of ‘Velvet’ comes four years after the release of his last album ‘The Original High’, which reached the Top 3 in the US and Top 10 in the UK and took his overall worldwide sales to over 3 million units. His previous album ‘Trespassing’ was the first album by an OUT artist to hit number 1 on the US Billboard chart. Next month, Queen + Adam Lambert will embark on a huge North American tour and have announced a string of stadium shows for 2020. This Summer, Adam is voicing character ‘Emperor Maximus’ in animated-live action hybrid movie ‘Playmobil: The Movie’ which will be released August 9th (UK), August 30th (US).

Stream/buy ‘Comin in Hot’ the Sam Sparro & Knights of Zion remix here: https://Empire.lnk.to/comininhotremix

Watch the video for the originally released ‘Comin in Hot’ here: https://youtu.be/9h-vd8QiLLw

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