|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
The "viral duet king" Adam (Bronx, New York) is more than just another pop voice on the scene, and his accomplishments - from having the "Ultimate Sexiest Video" on Logo, to scoring a Top 20 Billboard club hit with Kathy Sledge (of Sister Sledge), to his iTunes Top 100 duets with Margaret Cho and Pandora Boxx - reflect that in spades. He is about to bring fun to pop music, and a style never before seen blending comedy with dance and outrageouness. He's performed on The Howard Stern Show, featured on TMZ, E!, Radar, Out.com, US Magazine, OK Magazine, the NY Post, The Advocate, & many, many more!
In Spring 2006 his dance single, I Wanna Hold You, was heard in Abercrombie & Fitch stores throughout the country. The debut music video then hit the #1 spot on MTV Logo network's "Click List Countdown" that August, and was one of the Top 10 videos of 2007 on the network. Adam was one of the original stars on the network, and voted favorite Click List artist of 2007, and landed on afterElton.com's Hot 100 [celebrity list] for 2008. Adam's next single, Standing in the Rain, with DJ Russ Harris, was the named the #1 "Ultimate Sexiest Video" on Logo. DJ Times Magazine called him "one of the strongest male vocalists in 2007". The music video for Standing in the Rain premiered in October on Logo's new mainstream dance/pop show Pop Lab, hosted by Solange and Lady Gaga on Logo. He then went on to host the March 11th (2009) episode of Pop Lab's Spring Break Edition, following past week's host, Beyonce.
Needing a steady follow up, his song VIP premiered on HBO in June of 2010 on the music show "Feedback", and Adam became a staple on HBO for the next two years, his music videos being shown in between movies. VIP was also the #2 music video on Logo's Click List Countdown Top 10 Videos of 2010, while Standing in the Rain was picked as an official "fist pumping beat" by NY's #1 hit music station, Z100. VIP (and another single, Q&A) made its way onto TV, and was featured heavily on two seasons of Oxygen's hit reality show "Bad Girls Club", MTV's "The Real World", & Showtime's "Real L Word". Adam then worked with Kathy Sledge (lead singer of Sister Sledge) on a song called Give Yourself Up, which hit Top 20 on the Billboard club chart in October 2011. The song was featured in the 2014 movie "Don Jon". The music video was featured on TMZ when Adam was seen with a bevvy of reality stars. Following in that vein, he released a music video for Q&A, featuring Lisa Lampanelli. He then, in 2012, signed with GR Media firm and recorded a new single with Nadya Suleman, aka, Octomom, called Sexy Party. The CD cover stirred up controversy when Adam was seen holding Octomom's breasts and made international headlines. In the Fall he was involved in a controversial debate with Angelina Pivarnick from The Jersey Shore on deeyoon.com where he defended gay marriage. They released a song called "Serendipity" and filmed a controversial music video where Angelina marries TLC's "Starter Wives" star Cheryl Caruso.
In 2013, he released two viral music videos: It's Tan Mom! and It's Too Big (w/ Jonah Falcon). He appeared on the Howard Stern Show twice and performed, with Howard saying he made a "niche" for himself. That year, a career highlight for him, he performed "We Are Family" w/Kathy Sledge in Asbury Park. He was featured on VH1's Best Week Ever and even Jenny McCarthy weighed in. In July he released a parody song and video w/RuPaul's Drag Race All-Star, Pandora Boxx, called "You Seemed Shady to Me" which hit #46 on the iTunes Comedy singles chart. In August, he released a song with Tan Mom called "Life of the Party" and had yet another memorable appearance on Stern. 2014 started out with a bang as Adam released a new single with Margaret Cho. "See U Next Tuesday" hit the Top 100 on iTunes. In summer 2014, he released the viral sensation "The Kitty Anthem". He also signed with the World of Wonder Network, (WoW! Presents), and began interviews with stars such as Miss Universe, Bianca Del Rio, Alyssa Edwards and Alaska. In 2015 he invented the viral sensation, the "Honey Boo Boo bop" with none other than Honey Boo Boo herself! 2016 saw him land his second top 17 Billboard club dance song "Heartbreak Hotline".
In 2017 it was announced he would be on the WE tv series, "Dr. Miami"
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous