It appears that we will finally receive Adele’s highly-anticipated follow-up to “21” sooner rather than later.
The UK singer-songwriter and her label, XL Recordings, are gearing up to release the new project in November, according to Billboard.
Details surrounding the project are sparse, but it is expected to be titled “25,” with Adele continuing the theme of naming each album after her age during its production.
According to Billboard, Adele has collaborated with Danger Mouse, Max Martin, singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder – who previously produced and co-wrote “Rumour Has It.”
Adele hasn’t confirmed the release date, but it would most certainly please her fan base if the reports are accurate. She became a global sensation with the release of “21,” winning a Grammy for Album of the Year (among others) and selling more than 30 million copies worldwide.