Fans of Adele will definitely be heading to stores soon as the British singer launches her newest album this fall.
The singer of the 2011 hit songs “Someone Like You” and “Rolling in the Deep” will be releasing her third and newest album entitled, “25” on November 20.
Vine Report notes that “the new album will be released through a one-hour TV special on the BBC.”
But what can we expect from her newest album?
Although there’s no info about the complete track list yet, Inquisitr notes that fans of Adele can expect a track which is “an upbeat, girl power type of song” in her album.
The site mentioned that Australian singer Sia have collaborated with Adele in her new song, “Alive”, from her latest album, “This is Acting.”
“Alive” was supposedly included in Adele’s album but Adele did not want the song, Inquisitr reports.
BBC notes that fans won’t expect “too many tear-jerkers on the new album”, noting that Adele said that she was “done with being the bitter witch”.
The singer-songwriter was also rumored to have made collaborations with other artists and musicians.
Adele is said to have teamed up with Blur frontman Damon Albarn, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, producer Danger Mouse, Canadian singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr and writer-producer Max Martin.
Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson admitted to have heard a track from Adele’s latest album. The 2002 “American Idol” winner have heard a bit of country song, as mentioned on BBC.
Hits Daily Double mentions in their report that “25” is Adele’s last on Sony/XL Deal. However, the site mentions that the singer has signed a new deal with Sony. It is “said to be valued at more than $50 million.”
It was in May 2014 when Adele teased about her upcoming album and her fans can’t wait to hear her latest songs.
Likewise, fans of the music industry are in for a triple threat this fall. Adele will be joining Justin Bieber and One Direction, who are set to release their albums on November 13.