Adele is a singer and composer from London, England. She was born on 5 May 1988 and began singing from the age of 4. She was inspired by artists like Gabrielle and the Spice Girls, but says she really “discovered her voice” by listening to the albums of singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James.
Adele joined the Brit School of Performing Arts in Croydon and upon graduation, a friend published 3 demos on MySpace, these were discovered by businessman Richard Russell, belonging to XL Recordings label. A year later, Adele released her first album titled “19” and the hits that catapulted her to fame were: “Hometown Glory”, “Critics’ choice” and “Chasing Pavements”.
With the release of his second album “21”, Adele’s fame crossed borders and gained greater popularity in countries such as: United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland and Mexico. After recovering from a larynx operation in 2012, he makes a presentation at the Grammy Awards where he wins six awards in a single night, surpassing the mark imposed by Beyoncé years ago. Later, Adele’s album “25” broke the sales record thanks to the song “Hello”. He is currently working on the production of his new album, scheduled for release in 2019.