Adele’s 4th album Leaks and Updates

Rumors suggest … there’s a possibility that there’s a new Adele album is due out and that the singer herself isn’t certain when she’ll release it.

This Oscar winner hasn’t dropped her new album since November of 2015 which was when she released her third record, entitled 25. Even though it dropped at the end of the year, it was quickly the top-selling album of the year, and ultimately, the fourth-best-selling album in 20th century. (Adele’s sophomore album, 21 is the highest-rated album on the second list.)

The fans believed a respite could be in the works after the London native was tapped to host an episode in October 2020 in Saturday Night Live, but the “Rolling in the Deep” singer was only emceeing duties while H.E.R. was the musical guest.

“There’s a couple of reasons,” Adele stated in her monologue in which she explained the reasons she won’t sing the night before. “My album isn’t finished, and I’m afraid to try both. I’d rather wear some hairstyles — this is my own by the waytake an alcoholic drink, maybe six or seven, and watch how it goes.”

After her SNL appearance in the SNL sketch, her Golden Globe winner retreated from public life until the month of April 2021 in which she was photographed at an Oscars party to celebrate Daniel Kaluuya. While she looked stunning in the lime green feathered jacket but the appearance did not provide any hint the release of an album would be in the works.

The fans can’t even imagine that Adele will stay with her typical style of singing pop ballads. In May of 2019 she posted on Instagram that her fans were an “bunch of f–king savages” for asking her inquiries about the album. “30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you,” she said in reference to an electronic music subgenre.

In December of 2020 the music producer Matt Chamberlain claimed that the “Chasing Pavements” singer has written new songs in collaboration together with producer Rick Nowels, who cowrote the bonus track of 25 tracks “Why Do You Love Me.” Alongside collaboration alongside Madonna, Dua Lipa and Lykke Li, Nowels is known as a long-time collaborator of Lana Del Rey, having been involved in all of her albums since 2012.

It doesn’t matter what it’s sounded like, however there’s no doubt that #Adele4 is going to be a huge success. It was in 2012 that Adele made history as the first artist in history — and the first woman to have received Grammys in all four of the ceremony’s “Big Four” categories: Best New Artist Record of the Year, Best New Artist and Songs of the Year, and Album of the Year. One other performer, Billie Eilish, has been able to do it since.

Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about Adele’s upcoming album:

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No Beyonce Duet

On the 9th of October, during an Instagram Live event, Adele addressed a variety of fan-related questions. She also noticed many people asking if Beyonce will be on her forthcoming album. Adele told fans that, while she is a huge fan of Beyonce, she doesn’t want to be the “Formation” singer, Beyonce hasn’t got a song to sing on her new album.

“I’m not recording a song with Beyonce No, not at all. I’m not sure why so many people are asking me this,” Adele said during the livestream. “I know, I’m sure I have a deep love for her. But, I don’t am aware of. I would like to. ”

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The Single

After giving all of her platforms on social media a revamp in the month of October 2021, the singer posted the first look of the album’s lead track called “Easy On Me.”

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Mysterious Billboards

“30” has appeared throughout major cities around the world, with viewers posting pictures taken from London, Dubai, Los Angeles, Paris and more. Australian reporter Gianni Borelli reported the “30” projection in Sydney was commissioned by Sony which is which is the company that owns Columbia Records, where Adele is an artist who has signed her name.

The albums she released before were named in reference to the age she was at the time she wrote them: 19, 21 and 25. Now that she’s 33, a new album with the title 30 makes sense. In her birthday blog post in 2019 that she’d like to continue this trend of naming albums after her age , when she joked that she said, “30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you.”

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It’s Fantastic

It’s not a surprise But Adele’s pal Alan Carr confirmed that the new album is very good. “I’ve actually heard some tracks on it. Oh my God, it’s amazing — so amazing,” the singer said during an interview interview Michelle Visage for Grazia U.K. in January 2021. “That voice is like an old friend, because there are some people in the charts who sound a bit like Adele and then when you hear Adele’s voice, you go, ‘Oh, no, there’s only one.'”

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There’s probably not a Beyonce Duet

Rumors of a possible collaboration between the two have been circulating for a long time, but the producer Ryan Tedder refuted the latest report in September of this year after making a joke that the two singers could be joined by Chris Martin on a OneRepublic track.

The two icons are friends however. “I was about to meet Beyonce and I had a full-blown anxiety attack,” Adele said to Rolling Stone in 2011 of their first meeting. “Then she appeared, with a gorgeous look and told me. ‘You’re amazing! If I listen to you it’s like talking to God. Is it possible to imagine that?” Six years later, Adele dedicated her album of the year Grammy to Beyonce In August 2020, she was able to praise Black Is King via Instagram. “Thank you Queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art,” she posted at the time.

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It’s Not Going to Have a Numbered Title

The first three albums Adele released — 19-21 and 25 , were named after the ages at which she was at when she recorded the albums, however in 2016 she revealed to James Corden that she plans to alter the way she names her fourth album. “This is the last album after my age,” she declared in reference to the age of 25. “I believe in trilogies. The next one will be Adele.”

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You Will Cry

“Hello,” the “Hello” singer has always kept her private life private, however, she’s never shied away from incorporating her feelings into her songs. It’s, after all, the singer who wrote “Someone Like You.” If she doesn’t go specific regarding her divorce from her ex-husband Simon Konecki, you can be sure to anticipate at the very least some tears-inducing songs concerning broken marriages. The couple, who split in April they welcomed their baby son Angelo in the month of October.

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One Former Pearl Jam Member could be involved in the group.

Chamberlain who was a drummer in Pearl Jam and a longtime session musician, said in December of 2020 that he’d logged some time in the studio with Adele. “To hear that voice in my headphones was [giving] me chills,” Chamberlain declared in one “Eddie Trunk Podcast” episode. “It was just so powerful and emotive. You know her voice, but to be across the room from somebody doing that, it’s just insane. You hear it on the radio and whatever and you go, ‘Yeah, it’s really good,’ but to be in the room with these people and feel that energy, it’s just so heavy.”

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It’s not like Adele knows when it will come Out

A fan wanted to know Adele Grammy winner when her album’s release date would be in the August of 2020 Instagram message, Adele replied, “I honestly have no idea.” The best thing to do is keep the future unoccupied for tears-soaked listening sessions.

Via US Magazine

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