Congrats to Adele! The unstoppable British powerhouse took home yet another award for her record breaking sophomore album, '21.' Canada honored the 'Someone Like You' singer with their prestigious International Album of the Year Juno Award.
Adele's music will not be defined by cultural or genre boundaries and in fact lends itself to multiple interpretations and reworkings. Case in point: This viral video of 'Rolling in the Depp' performed on a guzheng, which is a traditional Chinese string instrument.
At 23, Adele is at the top of her game, and her unmistakable voice has always been a head-turning talent. This is confirmed by video footage of the singer at age 16, casually flaunting her skills while hanging out with her friends.
The bar on adorable Adele covers has just been raised. Ten-year-old Angie and 13-year-old Tara, meet 2-year-old Makena, a toddler who may be the youngest (and cutest) performer on YouTube to tackle Adele's heartbreak ballad 'Someone Like You.'
Adele might only have two albums in her discography so far, but she's already engraved her name in music history -- this is further evidenced by the influential artists whose records she's been blowing past since dropping '21.'
After sitting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts for 23 weeks (before she was dethroned by Bruce Springsteen's 'Wrecking Ball') Ms. Adkins' Grammy-winning album has broke yet another record, surpassing Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side of the Moon' as the No. 7 best-selling album in the U.K.
Adele is fully recovered from her throat surgery, and it inspired her to get healthier in other areas of her life, too -- not just her voice. The Sun is reporting that the 'Rumour Has It' singer is making a conscious effort to get fit.
It took the Boss to dethrone Adele from the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Bruce Springsteen's 'Wrecking Ball' officially debuts at No. 1 this week with approximately 196,000 copies sold, just 1,000 more than Adele's '21.'
Sometimes the best break up songs conjure a sense of relatable loss, temporarily mending our hearts and our minds. While some of the songs are inspired from personal experience, others stem from the songwriters’ idea of a situation
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