Adam Lambert wants to lay us down? Go oooooooooon...
Forgive us, Adam Lambert, for we have sinned -- it has been nearly two weeks since we last spoke your name! Well, that unholy silence ends today, for you have blessed us with "Lay Me Down," a tuh-ruuuuuly divine collaboration with Avicii and Nile Rodgers. OMG, and that's not even mentioning the flawless Lady Gaga impression that you whipped out on Instagram!
Basically, you are running our lives right now, and we are #INTOIT. We're, like, as into it as we are obsessed with that that photo up top. It's like your eyes are penetrating directly into our souls to determine whether or not we are fab enough to join you in the Grand Principality of Glamsburg. WE SWEAR WE'RE WORTHY!
Listen to Adam Lambert's "Lay Me Down" collab with Avicii and Nile Rodgers, and check out Adam's flawless Gaga impression after the jump.
Opening with a funky disco bass line, Adam's collab with Nile and Avicii -- off of the Swedish DJ's debut album, True -- initially seems right at home with the past couple months' crop of '70s throwback hits like Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" and Daft Punk's "Lose Yourself To Dance."#SlappinTheBass
But as the verse builds to the chorus, the track progressively blends more and more contemporary EDM elements until you end up with this anthemic perfection that's like Sylvester's "You Make me Feel (Mighty Real)" gone 2013. It should go without saying that we LAHV IT. Listen to "Lay Me Down," and get ready to aurally give yourself over to Adam Lambert below... We said aurally.
Adam Lambert or Lady Gaga? WE CAN'T TELL!
Oh, and as if that sensual seduction weren't enough, Adam posted two photos on Instagram of him wearing what looks to be 40 pounds of grade-A, American WIG. Captioning the photo "#Artpop," the "Never Close Our Eyes" singer must be giving us his best Gaga impression (specifically the Botticelli's "Birth Of Venus" look from her "Applause" video). However, we didn't really need the caption to tell us that, because WIG.
This is too precious, Adam Lambert. You need ta STAHHHHP.
Also captioned "#Artpop," this Adam pic is, like, honestly TOO MUCH. The upcoming "Glee" guest star looks so adorable with his hands cupping that angelic punim, that he makes Precious Moments figurines look like a bunch of busted Barbies that you gave haphazard haircuts to because you thought it'd grow back. (WHY WON'T IT GROW BACK.) Adam for president! Adam for king! Adam for Oprah! #WeCant
Photo credit: Adam Lambert's Instagram