Adele will finally drop her fourth studio album before 2020 is over. And it has been five years since her last album, 25, was released. It was the world’s best-selling album in 2015. The singer spoke about new music last May as she turned 31, saying: “Bunch of fucking savages, 30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you.”
She will release her upcoming album this year - her first in eight years – along with a 2020 tour in June, which will mark the 25th anniversary of her critically-acclaimed album, Jagged Little Pill.
It's not clear when exactly when her album will be released, although she has teased her fanbase, declaring that its title would be Tiger Woods (she later admitted that it was a joke).
She’s aiming for an early 2020 release date for her fifth album, she said in an interview with Vulture. The album is in its final stages, was recorded with a band and planned for release.
According to Grimes, the new record is “a concept album about the anthropomorphic goddess of climate change”. This is her fifth album after five years for this mum-to-be (dating Elon Musk).
Going by the recent singles—Now I’m in It and Hallelujah— the sisters look like they're really going onto album three.
High Road is the fourth studio album by American singer Kesha, scheduled to be released via RCA Records and Kemosabe. The album was produced by Kesha, Jeff Bhasker, and Ryan Lewis.
Bieber's new album, Changes, will drop next month via RBMG/Def Jam Recordings – the follow up to 2015’s Purpose. This will be supported by a tour for his fifth studio album.
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