Is Adèle’s album coming? “30” sign seen in Dubai, London and around the world
Singer Adele just updated all of her social media accounts and fans say that’s a sign – her highly anticipated album must be around the corner.
What does social media have to do with anything, you might ask. Well, his accounts were updated with a mysterious dark teal photo that looked a lot like the shade used on billboards that had appeared around the world earlier and had the number 30 on it. 30 ”was also projected on famous monuments such as the Louvre in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome and the Empire State Building in New York. It was even projected onto a building in Dubai Festival City.
Of course, “30” was the title of the 15-time Grammy-winner’s next album, following on from her previous records – “19”, “21” and “25”. She said her album titles all reflected the age she worked on.
In a birthday post in 2019, Adele joked about her upcoming album, calling it “30”.
“30 have tried me so hard, but I own it and I’m trying my best to build on it all. No matter how long we’re here, life is constant and sometimes complicated. I’ve changed dramatically at over the past two years and I’m still changing and that’s okay, “she wrote.” 31 is going to be a great year and I’m going to spend it all on myself. For the first time in ten years, I’m ready to feel the world around me and look up for once … [expletive] savages, 30 will be a drum n bass record to piss you off.
Adele’s last album was “25” of 2015, which featured the hit track “Hello”. The album topped the Billboard 200 chart for 10 weeks and won the Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, while its lead single won the Grammys for Record and Song of the Year. year and best solo pop performance.
Since that chart-topping effort, Adele, 33, has divorced her husband Simon Konecki, kept out of the public eye all this time, and is now said to be dating LeBron James’ agent Rich. Paul; that’s a lot of inspiration for the singer’s heartbreaking music brand.
Amid all the speculation about the new music, the very private Adele ostensibly popped up on Twitter to say “Hiya” on Monday, her first tweet since January.
“Hello literally everyone,” the official Twitter account posted as a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the global outage of Facebook services. Adele replied: “Hiya girls!”