Is Adele’s Happiness Preventing Her From Completing Her Next Album?
We’ve heard before that Adele’s aiming for a more uplifting tone, one inspired by motherhood, for her next album, but a source came to The Mirror recently to reveal that this is what’s holding up its progress.
The source who’s apparently close to the “Someone Like You” singer said she’s having difficulty putting together enough material. Heartbreak influenced her first two albums, but these days, she’s happily married and has a 1-year-old son.
In detail, the source said: “It’s been difficult for her to find a way to do this album without it being a big cathartic outpouring. Frankly, she is in a much better place these days. Her record label have backed off because they know she doesn’t really enjoy being pressurized. She likes to do things in her own time so she can get things just how she wants them. There have been stories that a third album has been imminent for three years now but still there seems to be very little evidence of anything, though it is promised that there will be an album at some point this year.”
Reports claim that Adele has been working with Phil Collins, Ryan Tedder, and Diane Warren to put together a follow-up to 2011’s 21. In fact, around her birthday this year, she hinted that the release will come out in 2014 – and may be called 25.
Beyond this tweet, Adele hasn’t said much herself about its status, but understandably, she has a fair amount of success to live up to: 21 is the top-selling album of the 21st century so far.
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