Queen and Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert (left) and Brian May of Queen (right) perform on stage on Jan. 30, 2015 during a concert in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Queen performed Adam Lambert's hit song "Ghost Town" during a performance in Brazil earlier this week. Getty

Nearly 38 years ago, Queen declared to the world that they will rock you. They've stayed true to their hit song and showed it during a performance in Brazil when they played a heavier version of Adam Lambert's hit song "Ghost Town," in Sao Paulo.

The song began slow with Lambert singing similar to the original version before guitarist Brian May jumped in with a heavy riff, which would later be followed by a crazy guitar solo. Roger Taylor also added something new to the song with his drumming style. You can watch the video below:

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Lambert said that he and May get along well and trust each other, which comes out in their live performances. "I said, 'Look, I have this song we've worked up, and it has a hip-hop beat on it but it's still a rock song, and I think you would kill it.' It's sort of a 'Dirty Diana' type of record, and he killed it. He came in and had a great riff that he added to it. And of course, there's no feature with Brian May without one of his killer solos," he said.

The 33-year-old started playing with Queen in 2011, after he impressed the band on "American Idol" in 2009. Although he plays with Queen, Lambert still works on music as a solo artist. He released his third album, "The Original High," on June 12, which was the album "Ghost Town" appears on.

Queen and Adam Lambert toured together for the first time last summer. Currently, Lambert and the band are in South America where they will be hitting Brazil, Argentina and Chile before they conclude their performances on Sept. 30.