Adele Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Adele Adele sur scène interprétant Someone Like You, en août 2011 En 2011, elle sort son second album intitulé 21 qui se vend à plus de 25 millions d’exemplaires. Un album qui se classe parmi les 50 (06/50) plus grands albums de tous les temps, catégorie Women who rock par Rolling Stone Magazine. Elle remporte 6 Grammy Awards lors de la 54e cérémonie des Grammy.
Early life Two years later, she and her mother moved back to London; first to Brixton, and then to neighbouring district West Norwood, in south London. West Norwood is the subject for Adele's first record, "Hometown Glory", written when she was 16. After moving to south London, she became interested in R&B artists such as Aaliyah, Destiny's Child and Mary J. Blige. Aged 14, Adele discovered Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald by accident as she stumbled on the artists' CDs in the jazz section of her local music store and was struck by their appearance on the album covers. Adele states she "started listening to Etta James every night for an hour", and in the process was getting "to know my own voice Adele (singer)
Adele - Someone like you live at Royal Albert Hall HD
Adele: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Adele at the 54th Grammy Awards 2012 Rolling in the deep