The album, titled 25, is set to drop on November 20, with the first single, entitled “Hello,” dropping on Friday and accompanied by a video. The label also took the opportunity to unveil the album’s cover, which is a close-up sepia-toned portrait of Adele with perfectly applied makeup and piercing eyes in tow.
Adele superfans are ecstatic right now, as this the first new Adele record they’ll hear since her contribution to the 2012 Bond soundtrack. It’s been nearly five years since her critically acclaimed coming of age album 21 was released and next month, we’ll see if Adele can deliver once again. In the meantime, check out the tracklist for her upcoming album below:
- “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”
- “I Miss You”
- “When We Were Young”
- “Water Under the Bridge”
- “River Lea”
- “Love in the Dark”
- “Million Years Ago”
- “All I Ask”
- “Sweetest Devotion”
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1. Charli XCX can be found at the Top of the Billboard Charts for Iggy Azalea's “Fancy"
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2. Ellie Goulding's "Lights" has been heard at almost every party you've been to.
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3. Jessie Ware is a great representation of amazing talent coming from the UK.
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4. Disclosure's debut album "Settle" has topped the Billboard charts as well.
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5. Sampha is one of the most talented singers and producers. You can find him on Drake's latest album "Nothing Was The Same.”
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6. FKA Twigs has a very promising career in the upcoming year, her cosmic style and soulful voice is remarkable.
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7. La Roux's "Bulletproof" was often sung by people who never even listened to Electronic music.
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8. Jessie J's "Price Tag" was heard everywhere, topping the Billboard charts.
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9. One of "R&B's Most Wanted," Ed Sheeran has definitely made a solid name in the music industry.
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10. Sam Smith's debut LP "In The Lonely Hour" immediately made it to the Top 10 Billboard charts.