Adele Almost Didn’t Release 30 Because of This.


For This Reason, Adele Almost Didn’t Release 30.

According to Adele, we were on the verge of not having everything.

The Grammy winner recently revealed that she had second thoughts about releasing her fourth studio album, 30, ahead of its release.

“There were moments when I was writing these songs,” she admitted to Zane Lowe on the November episode of The Tonight Show.

“And even when I was mixing them and stuff like that, where I was like, ‘Maybe I don’t need to put this album out.’ Like, maybe I should write another,” he says in episode 17 of his Apple Music 1 podcast.

“Music is my therapy,” she says.

To say she made the right decision is an understatement, considering the album’s lead single, “Easy on Me,” has already topped the music charts in over 25 countries in the less than four weeks since its release.

When it comes to making music, however, Adele is more concerned with a personal release than with the numbers.

“I’m never going into the studio thinking, ‘Right, I need another hit,'” she went on to say.

“I’m not like that.”

I like to go to a studio when something is more powerful and overwhelming than me because it’s usually a basement with no f–king windows and no reception, so no one can reach me.

So, I’m basically fleeing.

And no one would have known I was the one who wrote that song.

And I feel like I just needed to get it out of my system.”

The award-winning singer has been open about her upcoming project, which is about the ups and downs of her divorce, in a case of art imitating life.

Adele’s divorce from Angelo’s father, Simon Konecki, was finalized earlier this year.

“It was like this album really helped me,” she explained.

“It did, it did, it did, it did, it did, it did, it did,

And I truly believe, as I said at the start of the interview, “There isn’t an occasion, a scenario, or a feeling where there isn’t the perfect song for it somewhere.” I truly believe, and I’m not being arrogant or anything; it’s just like, it was my hell, but I really went to hell and back.”

“I realized I didn’t like who I was,” the 33-year-old singer explained.

“And I believe that, like most other human beings, especially those my age, I just got…

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