Adele’s fans go wild after listening to her first new single in over six years

By Obiajulu Chiagoziem

Adele’s fans has went wild on internet following the release of her new hit singles “Easy On Me”.

It’s been 6 years now since Adele last dropped a single. She has spent time away from her music but has now released her newest single, which is available to stream on all platforms.

Having held most fans spellbound by the intoxicating euphoria of her new song, she didn’t fail to deliver at all.

Recall that sometime ago, Adele gave a little glimpse of what the song might look on her Instagram page and at midnight at the 00:17hrs…she dropped the new single after about six years off.

Over 200,000 people tuned into the live release on YouTube, with many claiming it is sure to be the next number one.

Fans on Twitter didn’t fail at all to serve a deserving accolades to the songstress for dropping a sensational song.

One user took to Twitter shortly after its release to say: “new Adele songs will rip ur heart out it’s a classic.”

Another penned: “Adele never fails to make me tear upppp omg i missed her soooo much.”

And a third wrote: “Go easy on me, but I absolutely LOVE this #Adele song. I predict it’s going to be a hit & I’m never wrong about these things.”

“IT’S A F***ING MASTERPIECE #Adele #EasyOnMe,” gushed a fourth.

Another said: “THE ADELECALYPSE HAS STARTED EASY ON ME IS SO GOOD #Adele #EasyOnMe”

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins MBE is an English singer and songwriter. She is one of the world’s best-selling music artists, with sales of over 120 million records.

After graduating in arts from the BRIT School in 2006, Adele signed a record deal with XL Recordings.

In 2007, Adele received the Brit Award for Rising Star and won the BBC Sound of 2008 poll. Her debut album, 19, was released in 2008.

It is certified 8× platinum in the UK and triple platinum in the US. The album contains her first song, “Hometown Glory”, written when she was just 16, which is based on her home suburb of West Norwood in London.

An appearance she made on Saturday Night Live in late 2008 boosted her career in the US. At the 2009 Grammy Awards, Adele won the awards for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

She was born on 5th May 1988 in the Tottenham district of London, to an English mother, Penny Adkins, and a Welsh father, Marc Evans. Evans left when Adele was two, and she was brought up by her mother. She began singing at age four and asserts that she became obsessed with voices.

In 1997, nine-year-old Adele and her mother, who by then had found work as a furniture maker and an adult-learning activities organiser, relocated to Brighton on the south coast of England.

Her career, kicked off four months after graduation, she published two songs on the fourth issue of the online arts publication PlatformsMagazine.com She had recorded a three-song demo for a class project and given it to a friend.

The friend posted the demo on Myspace, where it became very successful and led to a phone call from Richard Russell, boss of the music label XL Recordings. She doubted if the offer was real because the only record company she knew was Virgin Records, and she took a friend with her to the meeting.

Nick Huggett, at XL, recommended Adele to manager Jonathan Dickins at September Management, and in June 2006, Dickins became her official representative. September was managing Jamie T at the time and this proved a major draw for Adele, a big fan of the British singer-songwriter.

Huggett then signed Adele to XL in September 2006. Adele provided vocals for Jack Peñate’s song, “My Yvonne,” for his debut album, and it was during this session she first met producer Jim Abbiss, who would go on to produce both the majority of her debut album, 19, and tracks on 21.

In June 2007, Adele made her television debut, performing “Daydreamer” on the BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland. Adele’s breakthrough song, “Hometown Glory”, written when she was 16, was released in October 2007.

By 2008, Adele had become the headliner and performed an acoustic set, in which she was supported by Damien Rice.