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Friday, December 03, 2021

Adele releases new album, '30'

11/21/2021 01:52:38 PM

Adele (Photo credit: Simon Emmett)

Four weeks after releasing her single Easy On Me, global superstar Adele has finally released her new album.

The highly-anticipated album titled 30 featured 12 songs, including the smashing lead single that has commandeered the #1 position on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for weeks since its launching. This record also features three songs, “I Drink Wine,” “Hold On” and “Love Is A Game” which premiered during the recent edition of her most-viewed TV special program, Adele One Night Only. This episode drew even a larger audience than The Oscars.

Produced with Greg Kurstin, Max Martin, Shellback, Tobias Jesso Jr, Inflo and Ludwig Göransson, Adele's latest release has been considered by critics as her finest album to date.  Rolling Stone exclaimed “Adele has never sounded more ferocious” in their 5-star review of the album.  They went on to definitively say “30 is the Best Adele Album Yet.”  Variety agreed and described 30 as “a richer, more compelling collection that feels like her best.”  Clash called the album “a work of personal and artistic triumph,” and I-D noted “no one does it better.”

30 is available at all physical and digital retailers globally.  In addition, exclusive configurations will be available at select retailers nationwide including a Target deluxe CD featuring three bonus tracks and a Walmart clear exclusive double vinyl. An Amazon white exclusive double vinyl will be available globally. Not only that 30 and lead single “Easy On Me” will also be offered on cassette, exclusive to Adele’s D2C store while supplies last.  The album is available on all digital platforms. 

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