The new album from Adele is expected to come out in November and fans just couldn’t wait to hear what the soul singer has in store for her much-anticipated release.
A follow up to her 2011 record “21,” People Magazine confirmed that the multi Grammy award-winning singer would release her disc this December after a year of delays and rumored surprise releases.
In line with this, collaborations with a number of artists have also been confirmed, which includes works with Phil Collins, Pharrell Williams, Tobias Jesso Jr., Ryan Tedder and Damon Albarn, among others.
A report from Mirror earlier this year got Phil Collins talk about his work with the new Adele album.
In the report, an unnamed source reportedly talked about the two artists and what fans should expect on her release.
“Over the past few months, Phil has been working on the tracks once again,” the source said. “Adele put all her work on hold for a while, so it wasn’t anything personal. It was just delayed.”
“She did tell Phil that she was prioritizing her personal life at that time, but now that she’s back in work mode their track is happening once again.”
Meanwhile, the new Adele album has been gaining a bit of controversy as well, as some artist didn’t like his experience with the singer.
In a New Zealand Herald article, it has been reported that Gorillaz singer Damon Albarn talked a little bit of something toward the Adele while creating the new album.
The frontman of the animated band said that Adele’s record is “middle of the road” and even called her “insecure.”
“Adele asked me to work with her and I took the time out for her,” Albarn revealed in an interview.
“I’m not a producer, so… I don’t know what is happening really. Will she use any of the stuff? I don’t think so. Let’s wait and see.”
“The thing is, she’s very insecure. And she doesn’t need to be, she’s still so young,” Albarn added.