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    Certified: The Spirit Indestructible
  1. I loved whatever little time I spent here Ron, but your priorities come first, all the best <3
  2. LOL as messy as the real katy
  3. Wow I think you outdid all day 1 performances combined
  4. Oops, thanks.
  5. ADELE PERFORMS AT GLASTONBURY All I Want Adele kicks off her set with her latest lead single off her comeback album. She briefly interacts with the audience praising the atmosphere and warning them about the roller coaster of emotions they are about to experience. She proceeds to ask the audience if they are ready 3 times and the 3rd time they said yes, the stage goes dark. A silence develops in the audience over the confusion. Suddenly a spotlight appears on a grand piano. Adele proceeds to sit on the piano and starts playing the instrumental of "All I Want". Her voice fills the entire venue, permeating like thunder and mesmerizing the audience. Her soul transcends and affects every person witnessing it. Adele was in tears at the end of the performance but so were the audience. There was a brief moment of silence when the song ended displaying how deeply everyone was involved in the performance. A single clap breaks the silence followed by a thunderous applause. Adele gets up from the piano and apologizes to the audience for making them cry. She remarks - "I swear, I have been told that I have the ability to avert water scarcity situations with ease" and the audience breaks out into laughter. Hometown Glory, Rolling in the Deep and Hello Post the performance of All I Want, Adele informed the audience that she is going to perform a continuous medley of 3 songs - one each from her previous albums 19, 21 and 25. She started off the medley with "Hometown Glory" as an ode to the city that made her. While she stood under a spotlight and performed the fan favourite from 19, a black and white video of London's main sites played in the background screen. It was a mesmerizing performance that the audience loved and won rave applause. Towards the end, the screen rolled up and revealed a band and huge panels of lighting. She immediately transitioned into 'Rolling in the Deep" from the album 21. As the song built up, the lights started making patterns adding to the amazing feel of the song. Adele soon made audience join in the action by making them sing some parts too. The bombastic ending of the song was aided by a confetti shower that the audience seemed to appreciate. Finally, Adele transitioned into her mega smash "Hello" as the curtains fell on the band and the spotlight returned. She gave an acoustic performance with her raw authenticity and powerful voice. The high notes on the song were unmatched by any other performance on Glastonbury so far and most probably won't be matched until Celine performs later. Love at your side Adele thanks the crowd and bids good bye. As she turns, a sudden spotlight falls on the piano near her. She turns back and asks the audience if anyone knew what that was for. While the audience wondered, she starts laughing. She then proceeds to ask them if they would like to hear an unreleased track from her new album. She is met by a roaring yes from them and she proceeds to sit down on the piano. She then says "Have you ever been in love with someone and even after you part ways, you always wanted them to do the best in their life no matter what and you would cheer them on with love? If you do, then you will love this song. If you don't, no worries. It's got a great melody and a poetic flow. So, you will love it either way". She finishes the performance with her usual vocal ability and grace and leaves the audience in a pleasant mood. Adele says good bye (again) and funnily remarks that the audience doesn't need to worry because she is leaving for good this time leaving them in a sea of laughter. Adele's Glastonbury set is now available to watch on CALtube. Her new singles "All I Want" and "Love at your side" are available for purchase and streaming.
  6. Love at your side Written and Produced by Adele Distributed by Angel Records in association with WMG Released on 18th Feb, 2018 Adele is back with a promo single following her highly praised lead single "All I Want". She did a surprise performance of this song at Glastonbury as the finale of her set surprising everyone. It is now available for purchase and streaming. The song is in the vein of classic American songwriters that covey a story in a poetic manner like Bob Dylan. It talks about loving someone forever even if they aren't in the person's life anymore. It's about wishing their success and finding happiness in the fact that there is no animosity but just admiration and love. LYRICS INSTRUMENTAL
  7. I GIVE UP OMG . HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO COMPETE WITH YOU AND @Harry_CAL fbfjgdbgjbg Your singing is great, put it on the official track <3
  8. Singles- $5,300 Total: $5,300
  9. ADELE joins Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show Adele has spoken to Nick Grimshaw on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show as she premiered her first single in three years, All I Want. On Adele's connection with her fans I remind them of their best friend or Auntie! Well, atleast that's what I strive to be. My music seems to help people tap into something in themselves and I want them to believe my songs, not just hear them. On Fame I don't want to be your run off the mill pop star you know. Fame is not real and I don;t want to live a fake life. Sometimes I have days when I think it might be easier to be on a yacht all the time..but then I remember I don't want to be on a yacht and I'm scared of the sea! On her latest single- "All I Want" I wrote that song from a very personal space. I can't reveal the context right now but it will soon be out with my Vanity Fair edition. It's definitely darker than my previous work. This is the first time I am doing everything by myself so it has been quite a learning for me in the past few months. I love it so far. On her legal battle with record label and establishing her own My entire experience with the label has been a bit mechanical you know. The label's requirements controlled my life to a large extent. I had to release a certain album by a certain time irrespective of the fact that I had a child to care for. I am not one of those people who would hire a nanny and be done with it. And, I was 18 when I signed on, so I didn't really know what I was getting into it. I was ready to purchase my freedom when I had earned enough money. This is where things got tricky. The label refused to let my buy myself out with my own masters. They wanted to have the masters of the music I made. I wasn't ready to let go of something that is very personal to me. So, I decided to fight. I am happy that this can serve as a precedence to other artists that decide to do this in the future. I also plan to add more artists to my label once I figure everything out. I want to create a space where the artist's independence to create is valued more than commercial aspects. On the overall album experience To be honest, I haven't yet finished the album. I still have to fine tune a couple of tracks and finish their production. But, I think I will be ready in a month. I will release another song - an upbeat one in a week and we'll see where we can go from there. I felt like I was never going to finish this record. I wanted to give up a lot. My team told me to go back to the drawing board. It's important that people are honest with you about that. I'm really relieved because the album has been a long time coming. Adele will be performing her latest single at Glastonbury this Sunday, be sure to book your tickets! She will also be joining with us next week Friday to talk about her Glastonbury performance and release a new single. You can listen to All I Want on Encore, CALTUBE or buy it here.
  10. ADELE's interview with KISS FM 102.7 - On Air with Ryan Seacrest Adele joined Ryan Seacrest to talk about her new song All I Want and her upcoming brand new album On her latest song - "All I Want" I wrote that song from a very personal space. I can't reveal the context right now but it will soon be out with my Vanity Fair edition. It's definitely darker than my previous work. This is the first time I am doing everything by myself so it has been quite a learning for me in the past few months. I love it so far. On what gave her the inspiration to do a self produced and self written album You know, obviously, you'd want to grow as an artist and that reflects in your work. Before I started work on 25, I listened to this record by Taylor Swift called Speak Now. She was what, 20 at the time when she released it? It was an amazing record from the perspective that it is all her. I think a self written and produced record is the epitome of artistic growth and achievement. It was an option I considered for 25 too but I was a bit busy with my son, so I decided I would do it for the next one. And now, here we are. On her legal battle with record label and establishing her own My entire experience with the label has been a bit mechanical you know. The label's requirements controlled my life to a large extent. I had to release a certain album by a certain time irrespective of the fact that I had a child to care for. I am not one of those people who would hire a nanny and be done with it. And, I was 18 when I signed on, so I didn't really know what I was getting into it. I was ready to purchase my freedom when I had earned enough money. This is where things got tricky. The label refused to let my buy myself out with my own masters. They wanted to have the masters of the music I made. I wasn't ready to let go of something that is very personal to me. So, I decided to fight. I am happy that this can serve as a precedence to other artists that decide to do this in the future. I also plan to add more artists to my label once I figure everything out. I want to create a space where the artist's independence to create is valued more than commercial aspects. On further plans for this era To be honest, I haven't yet finished the album. I still have to fine tune a couple of tracks and finish their production. But, I think I will be ready in a month. I will release another song - an upbeat one in a week and we'll see where we can go from there. I will be performing in Glastonbury this Sunday, that's the extent I can confirm for now! You can listen to All I Want on Encore, CALTUBE or buy it here
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