New Dance Single Tritonal feat. Adam Lambert & Jenaux Debuts on the iTunes Charts of 14 Countries, led by Finland @ #2

The new Adam Lambert song is called “Broken” and it is available for streaming on Spotify here, and in lyric video form here.
“Broken” follows fellow 2016 post-The Original High singles “Can’t Go Home,” “Welcome to the Show,” and Orlando-massacre-oriented charity single “Hands.” The Original High spawned two singles, “Ghost Town” and “Another Lonely Night.”
It’s no secret that Adam Lambert is one of the hardest-working artists in the music industry of 2015 and especially 2016. In addition to releasing 6 singles, he has also embarked on both a solo tour and a tour with Queen as the reincarnation of Freddie Mercury, done ads for Oreo and Macys, played a lead role in a reboot of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, and judged a season of X Factor Australia.
To show for his efforts, Adam had the biggest paycheck of 2015 out of all American Idol alums. Oh, and he was also invited to perform “Girl Crush” at the 2015 CMT Artists of the Year event, before being nominated for an actual Country Music Television Award FOR that performance.

Keeping in mind that these are subject to substantial fluctuation especially for a song just released earlier today, here are the debut rankings for “Broken”:

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Peter Daines is a law student at Georgetown University Law Center. His interests include studying foreign languages, watching and predicting events in politics and the music industry, and searching fruitlessly for the meaning of life.

2 thoughts on “New Dance Single Tritonal feat. Adam Lambert & Jenaux Debuts on the iTunes Charts of 14 Countries, led by Finland @ #2”

  1. Really like “Broken” – catchy melody – endearing lyrics – and Lambert’s wonderful voice – a winner, imo –

    P.S. Thx for the stats!

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