Posted 1 year ago
By Jason Wentworth
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Adam Lambert has left his record label because he doesn’t want to go ’80s. Lambert tells The Hollywood Reporter he has left RCA after two albums because the label was pushing him to do an album of cover songs from the 1980s.
Lambert says, “While there are lots of great songs from that decade, my heart is simply not in doing a covers album.” Lambert says he is “respectfully parting ways with RCA.” He has not yet found a new label. RCA did not respond to requests for comment.