American Idol runner -up Adam Lambert is making a name for himself. His new song "Voodoo" which appears on his debut album For Your Entertainment, currently released in Europe should be available in the States soon.
On Thursday Lambert put a link to "Voodoo" on his Twitter account Saturday and Tweeted: “Song will be released soon in US on [Whataya Want From Me] & [For Your Entertainment] Remix EP!”announced to his fans about the song's release, saying "Song will be released soon in US on WWFM & FYE Remix EP! Check out VOODOO! Bonus track co-written w Sam Sparro appearing on international release of FYE. Turn it up."
The song starts Adam Lambert singing "Moon shine/ On the bayou/ Love shrine/ Break the taboo/ I want to know what's/ In your potion/ Bound by total devotion." Soon enough he sings about being under his lovers spell, casting a Voodoo on him.
Lambert, presently on an international promo tour, plans to go on tour in the U.S. MTV news told that Lambert hopes to show off some next-level looks on stage. "I hate the term, 'Oh, I couldn't ever pull that off,' " he said. "I let that go when I was about 20. I try to aim to pull anything off that comes my way."
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The Lakers have been loosing their away game. Loosing miami on Thursday and Charlotte on Friday.
Charlotte defeated the reigning NBA champions Lakers 98-83 with 10 rebounds from Gerald Wallace,21 points from Stephen Jackson and 17 pointsover the Lakers for the seventh time in their past nine games.
From 2000-2002 Kobe Bryant won three consecutive championships with the Lakers. The lakers lately have been finding iit hard to sustain the same hyper kinetic drive as they have had in the past.
The Lakers will get an opportunity Sunday to see if they are up to it, when they play the Magic in Orlando. The Lakers beat the Magic in the last six games.
Orlando's record is the third-best record in the NBA at 43-20. But Magic is the team to get the Lakers attention.
A victory over Magic (43-20) would help Lakers (46-17) get back on track as it finishes it's three-game road trip. Since last June the Lakers haven’t played at Amway Arena.