Gay Jewish singer Adam Lambert was selected as one of the top 4 Most Influential Gay Men in Music by Music’s Rebellion, a popular music lists account on Twitter. Another Jewish singer who made the list is Troye Sivan.
Adam Lambert is proud that he was chosen as part of the Top 4 most influential gay men in music as posted on Twitter by Music’s Rebellion. Subsequently, Lambert retweeted the post on December 23 that had his name joining the likes of Troye Sivan, Olly Alexander, and Sam Smith.
Top 4 most influential gay men in music: • Troye Sivan • Olly Alexander • Sam Smith • Adam Lambert pic.twitter.com/DSv4kTcDpx
— Music’s Rebellion (@MusicsRebellion) December 23, 2015
The list, however, did not rank who among the four is the most influential music personality, but Adam would surely be in the running for the top honor if a ranking is made among the four.
Adam Lambert shot to fame when he finished runner-up during the eighth season of “American Idol.” He signed up with 19 Entertainment in a joint venture with RCA Records and in 2009, released his debut studio album titled “For Your Entertainment.”
What makes Lambert clicked among fans is his flamboyant, theatrical, and androgynous performance style that complements his powerful, technically-skilled tenor voice with a wide range.
Three years later, Adam Lambert released his second album titled “Trespassing” in May 2012 to critical acclaim. The second album debuted to No. 1 spot on the US Billboard 200. It also topped the Billboard Digital Albums Chart as well as Canada’s Digital Album Chart.
Lambert also made music history by being the first openly gay artist to have achieved the chart-topping position.