- Mark Savage
- BBC Music Reporter
After British singer Adele updated her website and social media pages, she encouraged speculation that she would be releasing her first musical since 2015.
The photos of the star on his Twitter and Instagram pages have been changed in blue and turquoise style, while his old website has been removed and replaced with a link urging fans to post for information.
It comes after the number 30 was shown in several buildings around the world over the weekend. Since his previous albums were numbered 19, 21 and 25, fans expect this to be the title of his fourth album.
These mysterious scenes can be seen in the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Colosseum in Rome, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Nemo Museum in Amsterdam and the Empire State Building in New York.
The logo is said to have appeared in Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Poland, Ireland, Italy, Canada, Malaysia, South Korea and the United Kingdom.
Although the official link to Adele has not been confirmed, this logo was used in the logo, which shows the same font the singer used on her previous albums.
The singer previously pointed out that her fourth album will be titled “30” on an Instagram post in 2019, jokingly telling fans, “30 is a drum and bass drum to tease all of you.”
Also the release of the number “30”, which may be the title of the new album, is closely related to the naming system for Adele’s previous albums in line with key years of her life.
Adele had previously said she would stop singing, insisting that she focus on family life.
But the singer broke up with her ex-husband Simon Connecky at the age of 30 (now 33) and has come to some light ever since.
The only exception to this was his appearance and presentation on the show “Saturday Night Live” in the US on Saturday last year.
At the time, he was responding to rumors that he was in the process of releasing a new album, noting that his album had not yet been produced.
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Fraser de Smith, who co-wrote the Adeline hit “Set Fire to the Rain”, told the BBC he “did not know” whether the star’s new album had been completed recently.
He added: “Adele is incredibly secretive, I think she needs it, that’s what creates this suspense.”
He continued, “The thing is, you never know which direction to go next. It could be R&B, or rock or sad songs.”
“But (whatever the new songs are) they will be at the highest level,” he said.
Adele’s latest album, 25, was announced with a mysterious marketing campaign. The UK audience of “The X Factor” was surprised during a promotional break when a 30-second clip of a new song (later revealed as “Hello”) aired on a blank screen.
The album has sold over 3.5 million copies in the UK alone, making it the 14th best-selling album in the country.
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