Adam Lambert's Top Trippy Tracks

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Singer and music superstar Adam Lambert, 33, whose third album, The Original High, dropped June 16, shares his top trippy tracks with Us Weekly

“L$D” by A$AP Rocky

“He challenges the idea of what hip-hop is with this dreamy hippie jam.” 

“Vegas” by Shamir

“Can’t get it out of my head! That groove is super-minimal and sexy.” 

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“Grace” by Zola Blood

“The mix of falsetto and throbbing bass is a beautiful juxtaposition.” 

“Alchemy” by Tala

“The Middle Eastern influence and light trap percussion are hypnotic.” 

“Big Guns” by Ruelle

“Love how it builds! Reminds me of Alanis Morissette’s ‘Uninvited.’” 

“I Don’t Need Another Lover” by Billie Black

“I love Billie’s nuevo-neo-soul vocal. The track has a great slow-jam groove.” 

“Go Slow” by Tei Shi

“I love her airy, layered vocals and the dreamy guitars.” 

"Kind Of…Sometimes…Maybe” by Jessie Ware

“This song is so hot. Jessie Ware has an exquisite voice. The beat almost reminds me of an old school Timbaland beat.”

“Girl” by Jamie xx

“I love the bass riff in this atmospheric jam. It’s so sexy.”

“2am”  by Astrid S

“I like that this song’s chorus goes to a dub flavor. It’s wonderfully unexpected.”

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