Adele Laurie Blue Adkins


Adele is one of the most beloved singers of her generation. Her songs have reached #1 across many countries and she has broken sales records with each album sold. But her personal struggles are clear to see through in her moving ballads.

She attended the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in Croydon, sharing classes with Leona Lewis and Jessie J. After posting demos on MySpace she was discovered by a music executive who offered to be her manager.

Born Adele Elisabeth Hasselbach

Adele reigned supreme at year’s end awards season; while rockers Scott Weiland and Dave Mustaine battled illness; model Jodie Kidd, actress Mary McCormack, singer Carmit Bachar and former Pussycat Doll January Jones welcomed babies. Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher announced their split after weeks of speculation; The Hills star Kristin Cavallari and American footballer Jay Cutler finally sealed it; Taylor Swift won big at Grammys while Martin Scorsese’s 3-D movie Hugo won Best Film.

Her parents divorced when she was three

Adele stands out among artists (Nina Simone comes to mind) by communicating love and loss so elegantly on her debut album ’19’. Adele invests herself deeply into each line she sings with incredible authenticity, lending the music its potency.

In 2012, she gave birth to Angelo with partner Simon Konecki and spent several years focused on their new family life while avoiding public appearances – until 2015 when she released her third album 25.

She attended the Brit School for Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins achieved fame following the release of her debut album 19 in 2008. Her single “Hometown Glory” became an instantaneous hit, earning her a BRIT Award for Rising Star as well as nominations for both Grammys and Golden Globe Awards.

Adele was touring New York when she received the news that her second album 21, featuring Rolling in the Deep, had held onto number one for an incredible 10 weeks in Britain – the longest run by any female solo artist ever!

She released her first single “Hometown Glory” in 2007

Adele took advantage of both her talent and education to rise rapidly through the music industry, quickly making a name for herself at an early age. Since releasing three albums so far – starting off at 19 with British R&B singer Duffy as her major influence before blossoming as one of Amy Winehouse and Duffy’s contemporary vocalists Amy Winehouse on 21 – Adele has achieved great success and can now count herself among some of music history’s most revered singers like Duffy or Amy Winehouse alongside Duffy or Amy Winehouse among many others; both albums showcase Adele’s talent beautifully, giving listeners moments that will stay with them forever!

25 is her third album and showcases how she is continually looking for ways to update the classic sound she first explored on 19 and 21. Additionally, this collection deals with issues of heartbreak and lost love.

She released her second single “Chasing Pavements” in 2008

Adele released her debut album 19 in 2008 and later issued the single “Chasing Pavements”. The video for this song shows two views of a car accident scene; first depicting those involved lying motionless after their vehicle has collided, followed by Adele singing her song standing next to their wrecked car.

Rolling in the Deep and Someone Like You seemed to pick at the remains of one dysfunctional teenage relationship, while Chasing Pavements offers an epic musical confrontation. Through its bold lyrics of sarcasm and resignation, this ballad signifies Adele as more adventurous musician who’s willing to take more risks musically.

She released her third single “Set Fire to the Rain” in 2011

At that point, she was an unstoppable pop superstar: Her second album 21, released just weeks earlier, had just hit No.1 in the US charts, while Rolling In The Deep had become one of its top three singles. It seemed she could do no wrong.

Comparable to Duffy and Amy Winehouse, 21 attracted comparisons for her provocative interviews and puffy cheeks; though their public persona suggested they might suddenly switch managers as quickly. 21’s music, on the other hand, was far more powerful in dealing with heartbreak without resorting to saccharin sentimentality or cliches – it spoke for both herself and you alike. Her songs weren’t simply meant for herself; rather they spoke out about our shared humanity – music made just for YOU by 21 herself.

She released her fourth single “Hello” in 2018

Adele is one of the world’s most beloved singers and her latest album 30, was just released this month. Fans had eagerly anticipated its arrival for six years! In preparation for its arrival, the singer gave some clues as to her plans – Twitter and Instagram accounts were updated with blue and turquoise patterns; her website offered one page where fans could sign up to stay informed.

Not unlike 21, 30 finds the musician turning to her most trusted collaborators such as Greg Kurstin (who collaborated on 25) and Swedish hitmaker Max Martin – both well-known producers for working with Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry hits. As such, 30 is an album which speaks directly to both experiences gained along the way and time passing – something 21 didn’t do as effectively.