The first album of Adele from 2015 was scheduled to launch in September of this year.
But a comment you made on Instagram has terrified fans to think that will be postponed in the midst of the current pandemic of COVID-19.
The star of 31 years tuned in an Instagram Live among the producers Babyface and Teddy Riley on the Saturday night.
The chat was interrupted continuously by technical problems, which led to Adele to comment: ‘Come on, it’s 2020, we are not meant to get what we want!’
This has now sent their fans into a tailspin, believing that it is the confirmation that the album will be postponed until next year.
Lady Gaga, Sam Smith and Alanis Morissette have suspended their upcoming releases of albums thanks to the global health crisis.
But the leader of OneRepublic, Ryan Tedder, who is working with Adele on the new album, gave fans some good news last month when he said that “sounds better than ever.”
Ryan, who previously helped the singer to write classic hits like Rumor Has It and Turning Tables, broke his promise of staying completely quiet on the new music of the singer.
Speaking to The Sun, Ryan joked: “I will just say that it sounds better than ever.”
Adding that he was going to tough it out the tongue and ‘be completely quiet’ in his time in the studio for the fourth album of the singer.
Ryan released her fifth album, Human, with his band OneRepublic on Saturday after taking a break from four years of touring and making music to spend time with his wife Genevieve and their two sons, Copeland, nine, and miles, five.
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Last month, Adele accidentally let slip that his new album would be launched in September when he attended the wedding of his friend Laura Dockrill.