Adele’s album release detailed
Adele’s new album is reportedly set for a November release.
The 27-year-old singer’s last record was the worldwide smash 21, which hit shelves in 2011.
And as fans have been waiting eagerly for her new music, it has now been claimed by Billboard that the highly-anticipated release will be coming in November.
In May 2014, Adele began teasing fans about her upcoming music, revealing that the record entitled 25 would be published later that year.
However, her label XL Recordings later revealed the tentative release date had been scrapped.
Adele has been working with a host of musical geniuses on the album, still believed to be called 25.
Max Martin and Canadian singer-and-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. have both written tracks for the record, while OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder is also believed to have some involvement in Adele’s new sound.
Back in July, Ed Sheeran opened up about the anticipation surrounding the record, admitting he has heard nothing but good things from his peers.
“I haven’t heard [Adele’s album], but everyone I know who’ve worked on it is just like, ‘Dude… that record!’ Apparently, it’s really good,” he told UK radio station Capital FM.
Adele has taken an extended break from her career after giving birth to son Angelo in October 2012 with boyfriend Simon Konecki, who she began dating earlier that year.
Since then she hasn’t released any new music other than the theme tune to James Bond movie Skyfall in 2012.
It was rumoured that the couple had married in 2013 but it has never been confirmed by a representative for the star.
- Cover Media