Adam’s “Give Yourself Up” music video was featured on TMZ when Adam was seen with a bevy 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 one of the stars from “Jersey Shore” on deeyoon.com where he defended gay marriage. They released a song called “Serendipity” and filmed a controversial music video where the star 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 that year and performed, with Howard saying he made a “niche” for himself. 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 2015 he invented the viral sensation, the “Honey Boo Boo bop” with none other than “Honey Boo Boo” Alana Thompson herself! At this point he became a viral video phenomenon, amassing millions and millions of views for his videos online.
In 2017 he starred on WE tv’s new hit show “Dr. Miami“, doing a music video with none other than Dr. Miami himself! He also collaborated with “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season 10 finalist, Eureka O’Hara, for a “Body Positivity” anthem that was heard in all the clubs!
In 2018 he struck gold again, releasing the viral sensation “Free 2 Be Me” with Patricia Krentcil, and performed on Howard Stern, where Jimmy Kimmel and Ike Barinholtz famously danced around to the song, professing how much they loved Adam in it.
In 2019, he released “In My Opinion” with Medicated Pete from the Stern Show. The song was produced by Electropoint, and soared up the iTunes charts to #22!