Adam Lambert’s music interpreted via Singapore cadets (video)

Here’s a new video!

We are currently in the midst of a drought when it comes to Adam Lambert news — the singer himself has not been on Twitter in four days, and it’s likely that he is in the midst of trying to enjoy some much-needed time away from the spotlight before the flurry of media attention that is sure to come with his next album release.

So with that, we have been focusing our attention as of late on some new tributes to the singer that are going viral around the internet — with one of the newest one being from a Precision Drill Squad in Singapore set to his hit “If I Had You.” Adam is extremely popular in the country, and performed there last fall at the country’s massive F1 Grand Prix.

You can take in the fun that is this video below — and what this continues to show is the global impact of Adam’s music, even almost two years after it was first released. If there was ever yet another reason to be optimistic about what the singer has coming up, this is it — after all, it shows that these upcoming songs are going to have a long life thanks to YouTube videos like this one.

What has been your favorite use of an Adam song for a purpose outside of strictly music?

Photo: RCA

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