[artist id="1624630"]Jesse McCartney[/artist] is currently [article id="1628321"]hard at work on his next album[/article] and gearing up for the release of "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," (he voices Theodore), but that doesn't mean he wouldn't carve out some studio time for [artist id="3188063"]Adam Lambert[/artist].
McCartney — who has worked with "Idol" Jordin Sparks in the past and co-wrote the mega hit "Bleeding love" for Leona Lewis — would love to lend his talents to Lambert. "I'd like to write something for Adam Lambert, 'cause I feel like there's so many people like trying to do that thing for him and it's a little unfocused for me," McCartney told MTV News. "But I think he's amazing."
The singer added that he'd like to take Lambert's talent and voice into a more focused path than his eclectic debut, For Your Entertainment. In fact, Lambert himself admitted to MTV News that he had a bit of an [article id="1627127"]"identity crisis"[/article] before he sat down to record the album.
"I think he's so talented. I would like to work with him one-on-one and find a focus for him, 'cause he's dope," McCartney offered. "I feel like he tried to make a statement with what he did. I would really like to write something for Adam."
So what would a McCartney and Lambert collaboration sound like? "Well listen, I love the whole sort of kind of glam-rock type thing, and nobody's doing it. It's something that fits him, his personality perfectly," he said. "And he's got the whole Queen thing going on, which is great, and he can pull it off. He's badass at it. It would have to be consistent. I wouldn't do anything too pop-ish, 'cause I don't think it's necessary."