Adele Laurie Blue Adkins is an English singer-songwriter. She rose to fame owing to her distinctive voice. She is one of the best-selling artists of her time. From a young age, she enjoyed singing contemporary pop music. While she was in school she decided to pursue a career in music. She has 3 studio albums and 1 video albums to her credit.
List of Adele Albums –
Studio Albums –
19 – It is the debut studio album by Adele. On January 28, 2008, it released through XL Recordings. At the age of 17, she signed the contract with the label. She provided vocals for Jack Penate. Jim Abbiss who produced the majority of her debut album. The album is named after the age of the singer during its release and production. Most of the album’s material was solely written by her but also worked with few selected writers. A blue-eyed soul album was created with their collaboration with lyrics describing heartbreak and relationship. The album received positive reviews from critics ho praised her songwriting talent and vocal prowess at such a young age.
21 – It is the 2nd studio album by Adele. On January 24, 2011, it released in Europe and on 22 February 2011 in North America by Columbia Records and XL Recordings. The album is named after the singer’s age during the production. It shares the Motown and folk-soul influences of her 1st album. It was also influenced by Southern blue music and American country. It received positive reviews from critics for its understated production, her vocal performance, and vintage aesthetic.
25 – It is the 3rd studio album by Adele. On November 20, 2015, it released by Columbia Records and XL Recordings. The title of the album is the reflection of her life and frame of mind at 25 years old. Its lyrical content features themes of her yearning for her old self, feeling of sadness about the passage of time, and her nostalgia. It received positive reviews from critics for her vocal performance and production.
Video Album –
Live at the Royal Albert Hall – It is live and video album by Adele. It released on27 November 2011 in the United Kingdom, 29 November 2011 in Australia and the United States. The concert was recorded as part of her live tour at the Royal Albert Hall in London which had songs from her albums 19 and 21.