Nicole Scherzinger covers Adele’s hit ‘Rolling In The Deep’ during a private gig in Monte Carlo for Hugo Boss. How did she do guys?
The Guardian names Adele as the most Powerful Person In British Music today.
Having dominated the charts worldwide with her album, “21″ , the accolade was decided by a team of music industry experts, with a comment:
“Adele is the most powerful force in music at the moment…It is very refreshing to see something so successful done in such a sensitive way…The accolade actually goes to ‘Team Adele’ which includes the chart-topper’s manager and record label boss.”
R.Kelly always knows how to get his audience interested, from great song with catchy hooks, to heart felt ballads and classics that will be a part of RnB lovers collections forever.
Yesterday, the top songwriter performed on ‘Later With Jools Holland’ giving the audience a great set with a heart wrenching performance of ‘When A Woman Loves’ taken from his current album ‘Love Letters’. Adele also stopped by to discuss her progress, but not before expressing her love for him too.
John Legend performs at the Rock & Roots Festival in Singapore over the weekend and sings “Rolling In The Deep” by Adele!! What do you think?
Currently number one on the Billboard charts, watch Adele’s performances for her VH1 Unplugged show
Adele was on the hit show Chelsea Lately recently and spoke honestly about her latest album, ’21′, which is based on her ex-boyfriend and the breakup, she said:
I think he’s a bit bitter, because the album is doing better than anyone expected.”
Watch one of the clips of Adele’s beautiful performances as she continues with her U.S. promo tour. It’s looking like Adele could get her first U.S number one album next week!
Reports suggest that the singer’s efforts may sell as many as 275,000 to 300,000 copies by tomorrow. That figure would instantly mark her best ever week in sales!
Adele admitted the end of her “amazing, immense relationship” helped her to write a whole host of passionate songs!!
I had the most amazing, immense relationship. It didn’t last, unfortunately – it stopped being fun, but thankfully the ending wasn’t bitter. The whole thing changed me. It made me really passionate about love, life, me – pretty much everything.”
However, after the success of her debut album ‘19′, Adele was unsure how she could improve her second album, she revealed to Reveal Magazine:
Before I went into the studio I wondered how on earth I was going to beat the first album. But it was like a tap that’s difficult to turn off. The relationship I’d been in just consumed me, which is where the songs came from.
Watch the main performances from the BRIT Awards 2011 below!!
Cee Lo Green
Best British Male Solo Artist – Plan B
Best British Breakthrough Artist: Tinie Tempah
Best International Album: Arcade Fire – The Suburbs
Critics Choice: Jessie J
Best International Male Solo Artist: Cee Lo Green
Best British Single: Tinie Tempah
Best International Group: Arcade Fire
Best International Breakthrough Act: Justin Beiber
Best British Solo Female Artist: Laura Marling
Best International Female Artist: Rihanna
Best British Group: Take That
Best British Album: Mumford and Sons – Sigh No More
Watch as Adele explains and performs the story behind her track ‘Someone Like You’ live from her home!
Check out the insert below from Melanie Fiona with urban music blog The Wrap Up.
In the interview she speaks about keeping her private life private, who she’s feeling in the UK and working with Tinchy Stryder…
“Adele is one of my favorite, I really like her. I love Estelle and Amy Winehouse. I love a lot of artists that come out of the UK and of course The Beatles were from here. I’m actually doing work with Tinchy Stryder right now. I think it’s really cool that I can work with different artists and they want to work with me too.”