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Adele Announces Comeback Album ‘30’ Due Next Month

It’s been years in the making, and seemingly everyone in the world has been waiting for the news that’s just arrived: Adele is putting out a new album, and it’s coming very, very soon. The British superstar officially announced her new album 30 is set to arrive on Friday, November 19, meaning fans only need to wait a little over a month before they get their hands on the next full-length from the globe-dominating singer. 

Adele rocked the music industry when she announced recently that her new single “Easy on Me” will drop October 15. With the tune properly announced, many assumed a full-length wouldn’t be far behind, and they’re right. Now, the singer has shared not only the title and release date of her forthcoming album, but also it’s stark, colorful cover. The eye-catching image features the Grammy and Oscar winner in profile, with blonde hair and neutral, but bold makeup. It’s a stunning picture, and Adele posted it alongside a message to her millions of followers via Twitter.

The soon-to-be-released 30 sees Adele teaming up with many of the songwriters and producers she’s worked with in the past. Hitmakers like Max Martin and Greg Kurstin are back for more, as their original compositions with the chart-topper have become classics.

30 will be Adele’s fourth full-length, and it is easily the most highly-anticipated album of the year. The singer-songwriter first broke into the mainstream with her debut set 19, which was released in 2008. That title made her a household name in the U.K., and it won her a pair of Grammys, including Best New Artist. A healthy sales win in the U.S., it produced the single “Chasing Pavements,” which set her up for future success.

Several years later she reached unparalleled heights with her sophomore project 21, which produced the Hot 100 No. 1 smashes “Rolling in the Deep,” “Someone Like You” and “Set Fire to the Rain.” At the Grammys, she cleaned up with the title, winning, among other trophies, Album, Record and Song of the Year.

Adele repeated that success years later with her third album 25, which collected the same Grammys and which scored the largest debut sales frame in U.S. history. The title holds as the only release to sell three million copies in seven days, and it’s one of a handful to sell one million in a week. Lead single “Hello” also bolted right to No. 1, and it stands as the tune with the biggest sales frame in U.S. history as well.

Many fans predicted Adele’s set was coming November 19 when Taylor Swift moved her forthcoming release up a week. The country-pop star’s Red (Taylor’s Version) was originally scheduled for November 19, a date she’d announced months prior. Out of nowhere, she let fans know that they’d get the title one frame early, though she didn’t give a reason why.

Adele has been hinting at a new album for well over a year, but it seems like the Covid-19 pandemic pushed back her timetable. At a wedding in February 2020, the powerhouse vocalist told guests her new album would drop in September of that year, but things changed when the world shut down.

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