Adele’s much awaited album “25” will be available in stores soon. But according to some news, snippets of every track have already leaked online.
While it was previously announced that her third studio album will hit the music shelves on Nov. 20, a two- minute track of each song included in her album have been allegedly making their rounds online, reports Billboard.
More than that, hard copies of “25” are rumored to be available on Target shelves as well. Twitter user Florence Welch even took a photo and shared it with her followers.
Meanwhile, some of the artist’s avid fans seem to have mixed opinions upon hearing the news.
However, Adele’s representative made it clear that “the Target sales are not true.”
Yet, how is it possible that one Twitter user was able to buy a copy? We might know the answer soon.
Notably, “25” came after Adele’s long hiatus. According to MP3 Audio Musics, the singer had “planned to quit the music industry” after the release of her smash hit “21” to raise her son.
But in 2013, she began working on the new album. Hence, the third studio effort includes the latest song “Hello,” which became the first single to sell a million copy upon its first week debut.
In a previous article, it was cited as well that the “Set Fire to the Rain” singer could take Justin Bieber’s spot at No. 1 in Billboard 200.
JB’s 4th LP “Purpose” is expected to claim victory over One Direction’s “Made in the AM” if his album would sell constantly. But this speculation might just be short lived, since Adele will release her own album on the weekend.
The result for the Billboard 200 shall be announced soon, though.
Meanwhile, fans can already listen and download Adele’s “25” via different sites. One of which is available at Album Leaks.