New music? Who knows.
Does Bob Geldof know it’s Christmastime at all?
Watch One Direction, Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding, Bono & More Perform ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ For Band Aid 30
Nearly every British artist ever gathered together this weekend to re-record the holiday classic, “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” in honor of the charity single’s 30th anniversary. That is, except for Adele.
For this edition of Single Again, Radio.com spoke to ex-Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson about co-writing Dixie Chicks’ “Not Ready to Make Nice,” which won the 2007 GRAMMY awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year, and Adele’s “Someone Like You,” which was the best-selling song of 2011.
The legendary 1984 single is being updated with another cavalcade of music stars, including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Chris Martin and more.
“Now I’ve heard there’s a [new album] coming out. I’m not on it, I know that,” he said. “She’s a slippery little fish is Adele.”
Fans counting down until the next Adele full-length will have to move on to their 2015 calendars.
On ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ Franklin makes it her own with impressive vocals and a unique blend of Marvin Gaye’s ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.’
After Beyoncé’s surprise move last year and U2’s recent iTunes drop, Radio.com considers six more artists who could possibly surprise us with a new album in 2014.
According to Billboard, a rep for Clive Davis said Aretha Franklin’s album will be released on Sept. 30.
Whether or not Adele releases her new album, believed to be called 25, this year, fans can hear two (sort of) new songs right now.
The Brit got her start back in 2012 when she appeared on UK’s The X Factor. She ended up coming in sixth, but don’t feel sorry for her, she’s got her sights on a much bigger prize: America.
Adele doesn’t want someone like you to see photos of her two-year-old son, Angelo, so she’s taken legal action to protect his right to privacy. And like everyone else in the world, the court is siding with the ’21’ singer.
The world could be hearing new music from Adele as early as this year. The UK singer, who rose to household name status after the release of her critically acclaimed album 21 in 2011, has been leaving cryptic messages on Twitter.
After garnering publicity for comments he made in his recent Rolling Stone cover story, Jack White took to his own website to offer what he titled “An Apology and an Explanation from Jack White.”
It was just Adele’s birthday and she turned 26. But in a single tweet, the singer has started the internet’s gears grinding for a 25 album.