“This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for Adele,” is what you’re going to be hearing a lot in November.
Sia previews a chunk of her next single, which was originally written for Adele.
Well, this is a little disappointing. Damon Albarn has heard part of Adele’s new album and wasn’t very impressed.
Don’t worry, though — unlike with Adele’s third album, the wait for Sia’s latest won’t be long.
This fall may find the return of the pop powerhouse.
Will Adele’s new LP be out in time for the chilly weather ahead?
When superstars collide.
Adele has been collaborating with the pop guru.
Plus: Pharrell pops up in the Entourage movie and Lana Del Rey performs a new song during sound check. Be sure to also see which artists are performing on TV today.
Want to know if your fave is big in Britain? See if they feature on the list of the UK’s biggest selling albums of the millennium (thus far).
Plus: M.I.A. releases a new song, Bruno Mars starts writing again and Austin Mahone covers a Nick Jonas hit. Be sure to see also what music you can find on TV today.
Flip through our gallery of various BRIT winners going back to 1995 above to get an idea of who Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran’s chart-dominating predecessors were!
Lady Gaga and Adele: BFFs!
The ARTPOP diva has been getting Little Monsters pumped over the past few weeks by posting photos writing and recording new music on Instagram, including some cameos by her longtime collaborator RedOne which may or may not suggest a return to her early Fame-era…
When the first version of the Band Aid collective’s charity single “Do They Know It’s Christmas” was recorded in 1984, the studio session became a media event in of itself. Starting at 9 a.m., journalists watched closely as music superstars like U2’s Bono, Duran Duran, Culture Club, Genesis drummer Phil Collins and Sting…
Whether you view holiday staple “Do They Know It’s Christmas” by the Band Aid collective as a guilty pleasure or Christmas classic, chances are, if it’s a significant anniversary year following the charity single’s original release, songwriters Bob Geldof and Midge Ure will be orchestrating an updated version with a whole new set…
Aretha Franklin’s mash-up of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” and Motown classic “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” went viral after the legendary soul singer performed it on the Late Show With David Letterman. Commentators didn’t have a lot of nice things to say about her performance or ensemble but I think it’s a…
Well, this is disappointing. Adele’s follow-up to mega-selling sophomore LP 21 isn’t due until 2015 — at the earliest. It was initially thought that the Grammy-winning Brit would drop new music before the end of the year but that has been ruled out by her label XL Recordings. The news was significant enough…