British singer Adele, 33, announced her new album “30”, which had been expected for years, in mid-November. “From November 30 to 19,” the star tweeted. The first single “Easy On Me” will be released tomorrow.
“I’ve learned a lot of bitter facts about myself along the way. So I’m ready to finally get this album out,” said Letter.
The title “30” was expected since the number was recently shown around the world in typical Adele design at major landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower. The British have always released their first three albums after the year she started working on them: “19”, “21” and “25”.
When I was 30, my life fell apart.
Adele has sold over 100 million records to date. She won an Academy Award for the theme song for the James Bond movie “Skyfall”, and the Briton also won several Grammy Awards.
“When I was 30, my life fell apart without warning,” Adele told Vogue recently. At that time, shortly after the wedding, she separated from her husband Simon Konecki, the father of her son Angelo (9). I now write that it was “the most turbulent time of my life”.
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