Offerings from Adele, Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor all fared well on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, earning their respective artists accolades of varying degrees.
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"Hello," it's Adele, back on the stage.
Some of the biggest names in pop are releasing albums this month, but which one are you most excited to hear?
It's dark, powerful and vaguely reminiscent of a '1,000 Forms of Fear' track.
'People think I hate being famous. And I don't. I'm really frightened of it,' she says.
The singer's massive comeback hit has been accused of appropriating a 1973 ballad — listen and judge for yourself.
'Hello' sold more than one-million in a week, nearly doubling the existing record.
“Hello” is making waves, chart-wise, and destroying records in a way you'd expect from an artist as massively successful and revered as Adele.
She'll take on new hits and old standards as part of 'Adele at the BBC.'
In her first interview for this era, Adele opened up to i-D about her significant love of Amy Winehouse, the pressure that came with the monumental success of her last album and why she waited so long to put out new music.