Adele's new album will no longer be released in September

Singer manager Jonathan Dickins has revealed that the Covid-19 pandemic has been halted by Star's plans to release a new album this year.   "It's not coming out in September. It will be ready when it's ready," he told Newsweek. "We're all in the same boat; you're working. Suddenly, the world stops. It comes when I'm ready. I can't put a date on it. We have music, but we're still on it." "





Singer manager Jonathan Dickins has revealed that the Covid-19 pandemic has been halted by Star's plans to release a new album this year.


"It's not coming out in September. It will be ready when it's ready," he told Newsweek. "We're all in the same boat; you're working. Suddenly, the world stops. It comes when I'm ready. I can't put a date on it. We have music, but we're still on it." "

Adele's last album, Best Selling 25, was released in 2015.

Fans have been thinking about Adele's next album for years. She accidentally slid her latest record debut at a wedding reception for her pal Laura Dockrill in September. In the clip that made the rounds online, viewers can hear "Expect My Album in September" before the Hello Hitmaker performs at the event.

During the global health crisis many musicians, including Lady Gaga, Sam Smith and Allis Morissette, had to delay the release dates of their long-awaited albums.

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