Adele took to Twitter on Friday to thank her fans for their support in the wake of the release of her new album 30.
The singer Hello, 33, shared a photo that shows her in the recording studio with a glass of wine nearby, looking over her shoulder and adding the caption: ‘It’s been a trip, so I raised my arms up and screamed! I love you all’.
It’s been six years since her last record was released, and it’s time for her to step out of the spotlight on Adele as her new album 30 received rave reviews from critics.
Yay! Adele took to Twitter on Friday to thank her fans for their support in the wake of the release of her new album 30
Adele looked overjoyed at the snap as she stood with her arms raised above her head while wearing a tight black suit.
With one of the songs on the album titled I Drink Wine, it was fitting that she stood with a glass of wine in the shot at the celebration shot.
The singer’s fourth album, inspired by her divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki, was released to a positive reception on Friday, though there was nothing to prove that the topic of her divorce was “all-consuming.”
On Metacritic, the record has a score of 89 out of 100, indicating “universal acclaim” from reviewers while fans took to social media to praise the release and share tearful memes to respond to the stars’ strong words.
Praise: It’s been six years since her last record was released, and the time has come when Adele stepped into the spotlight as her new album 30 received rave reviews from critics.
Rolling Stone member Rob Sheffield declared 30 as Adele’s best album to date, and said it “never looked so fierce”.
He wrote: “You wouldn’t think it was possible,’ he wrote, but her vocals have become more expressive.
30: Track List
1. Strangers From Nature – The opening track is full of funeral chords and sets the tone for fans of impending grief preparing to witness.
2. Easy on Me – The main track from the album is already a classic on the album
3. My Little Love – Angelou’s appearance in this song makes her more candid and detailed the intricacies of her pain.
4. Cry Your Heart – Trying to avoid an excess of stories, this track is totally more upbeat.
5. Oh My God – A mid-tempo R&B number about the arrival of a new love.
6. Can I Get It The album Rolling In The Deep Mom sees her team collaborating with Swedish producer Max Martin and his friend Shellback.
7. I Drink Wine Having a song centered around wine goes right back to Adele’s recent talk about her relationship with alcohol during a split and how she kicked the wine to get rid of “anxiety.”
8. All-Night Parking Break (with Errol Garner)
9. A WOMAN LIKE ME – The most blatant references to Simone are in the comments about “laziness and complacency” here.
10. Wait – This track has “Adele’s Crazy Friends” included in the chorus and she told Oprah she could see the song as her “national anthem”
11. To Be Loved Adele revealed this track about her estranged father Mark Evans and the steps she took to allow herself to be loved despite his absence.
12. Love is a game – Adele ends on a high note with the song as she sings “Love is fame for fools to play and I’m not a fool”
13. Wild West
14. We can’t be together
15. Easy on Me (with Chris Stapleton)
Adele’s voice is a tank section that can dance tap – the more mature she becomes as an artist, the more versatility and versatility she brings to the microphone, without sacrificing any of the essential firepower that made her famous in the first place.
It’s all in the Easy On Me single where you pause in the middle of the song to go on the first note of ‘Easy’ for as long as you feel like you might pass out, even though you can tell it’s not breaking a sweat.
The Independent gave the album four stars, praised the songs as “marvelously made poems” and said it was Adele’s strong voice that sold it.
Reviewer Annabel Nugent writes: “It’s epic without resorting to flashy, over-the-top influences. It yawns in unexpected shapes and makes intonation fun.
But there are many great singers who do not attract the same collective adoration. There’s one more thing about Adele that makes her so lovable, and it’s something that vocal cords alone can’t explain.
#Adele30 became a trending topic on Twitter immediately after the album’s release with fans around the world on the record.
The reviews come after it was revealed that Adele’s next album will include heartbreaking voice notes exchanged with Angelo.
In an emotional track, My Little Love, the singer included audio recordings of conversations with her nine-year-old in which he tries to stop her from crying amid her 2019 divorce, which is the main theme of the recording.
In more heart-wrenching notes, she says “Tell me you love me,” to which Angelou replies, “I love you, a million per cent. I feel like you love me too.”
Adele continues in the crying audio notes: ‘You know Mama doesn’t love anyone else like you, right? My mom has been feeling a lot of big emotions lately, and I’m so confused and don’t know what to do.
In more audio notes to her son she says: ‘I love your father because he gave you to me… I had a bad day, I’m so worried…
I feel very paranoid, stressed and drunk which never helps. I feel like today is the first day since I let him feel lonely – and I never did.
I feel really lonely and scared, and I worry that I might feel like this too much.
Meanwhile, she sang in Woman Like Me to Simone: “Complacency is your worst trait, are you crazy? It’s sad that a man like you is so lazy…
Family: Reviews come after it was revealed Adele’s next album will feature heartbreaking voice notes exchanged with Angelo, who she shares with ex-husband Simon (photo with Simon in 2013)
“All you do is complain about the decisions you make / How can I help get you up if you decline activation?”
As Adele features her son on her new album, and dedicates music to him, this week she revealed that her own One Night Only CBS concert was the first time Angelou had seen her perform.
Playmaker Someone Like You took to stage at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles in late October to film the show.