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Official: Adam Lambert's 'Trespassing' to Be Released on March 20

December 16, 2011 (6:28 am) GMT
Executive produced by Lambert, the new studio album is going to reflect 'an exciting journey through the past two years' of his life.
Adam Lambert

Just one day after revealing official cover art and snippet of his new single "Better Than I Know Myself", announces the official release date for his upcoming studio album. The runner-up of "" season 8 is set to drop the CD which is titled "" in the United States on March 20, 2012.

29-year-old Lambert will serve as an executive producer in the album. He promises to take his devotees to "an exciting journey through the past two years" of his life. He adds, "It's been a transformative period and I really wanted to make music from what I've experienced. All these songs honestly explore the ups and downs of my reality."

Beside producing the effort, Lambert also co-writes many of the tracks. He collaborates with an all-star list of award winning artists, producers and songwriters including , Dr. Luke, Claude Kelly, Benny Blanco, Bonnie McKee, Nile Rogers, Sam Sparro, , Nikka Costa and BC Jean.

The first official taste from the album is expected to be revealed in full before the end of the year. "Better Than I Know Myself drops on December 20th! avail on all digital music providers. Happy Holidays!!" he tweeted. The soon-to-be-released song reportedly is written by Claude Kelly and produced by Dr. Luke.

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