Adele returns to Twitter after a year to leave an important message


November 28, 2019 12:20 PM

The acclaimed artist broke the silence on her official Twitter account.

Adele he reappeared on Twitter to leave an important message, despite the fact that it is far from being the announcement of new music, the artist invited his millions of followers to register to vote to be part of the elections that will be held in the Uk in 2020, which makes it possible for the british to be able to participate in the vote and referendum.

The last tweet of the renowned singer was the 31st of December of 2018 in honor of the victims of the fire of the tower Greenfeld, that took the lives of 71 londoners on June 14, 2017. Adele decided to reappear in the social networks to give their political message, a fact that disappointed their fans who expected another type of ad see active again the Twitter of the singer-songwriter.

The artist was seen at the beginning of June coming in and out of a renowned recording studio in New York city, so presumably he would be working on a new album that would come soon. His fans are excited that part of the experience lived in your recent breakup loving will serve as an inspiration for their new songs.

Adele is divorced from Simon Konecki late last year after a relationship that lasted more than seven years and gave them a child in common. In the absence of an agreement pre nuptial between the two, the former of the artist you might get half the fortune of the singer, valued at more than $ 150 million. The couple had married in a secret ceremony after five years of dating.

The british artist of 31 years, won 15 Grammy awards throughout his career. In 2008 he released his first album titled “19”, the same was acclaimed worldwide and was listed as a double platinum. In 2011 he presented “21”, an album that reached its world fame with the hit “Rolling in the Deep”. His latest album was released in 2015 and is titled “25”. The numbers in the title of their recordings make reference to the age of the artist when he began to write songs.