Adele has been promising a follow-up album for a while, but fans may actually be hearing new music as early as this fall
After her wildly successful sophomore album, 21, sold more than 11 million copies, the singer is preparing to release new music in November, Billboard reports.
Adele has teased her follow-up album for more than a year, giving fans a title – 25 – and a release date of late 2014, but last Christmas came and went with no new album.
According to Billboard the 27-year-old’s team is mostly staying quiet about the upcoming release, but the Oscar-winning singer has been collaborating with Pharrell Williams, Max Martin, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder and Canadian singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr.
Williams talked in June about working with the British singer, who is a doting mom to her 2½-year-old son, Angelo.
“She’s kinda like, ‘Okay, guys, I’m gonna open my diary for 20 minutes’. So it’s like, okay, you have 20 minutes, or 32 minutes really,” he told Ryan Seacrest. “Then she gives it to you and closes it up and disappears, and she’s off with her beautiful boy – and that’s what it’s all about.”
Williams added that Adele “is a masterful writer. You listen to her albums and the intention is living and breathes.”