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18 October 2019, 11:40 | Updated: 18 October 2019, 11:41
Adele fans will reportedly hear new music from the legend sooner than expected.
Adele is dropping new music very soon, four years after her last album '25' soared into the charts in November 2015.
Six months on from splitting with her husband and the father of her child Simon Konecki, Adele is ready to begin the next chapter of her life and her album is expected to drop in November.
A tweet from Music News Facts claimed at the start of the week: “Rumour has it, Adele will release her new single as soon as THIS FRIDAY! Her album was previously reported to be out on Nov 8th.”
However, now that Friday has finally arrived we can see the ballad queen hasn't released any new music, meaning fans are continuing to guess as to when we'll finally hear something new from the 31 year old.
If her album does drop on 8 November, it could mean she'll release a new single in the coming weeks but everyone knows the 'Chasing Pavements' hitmaker loves to surprise fans.
Katy Perry also dropped a new single, ‘Harleys In Hawaii’, this week on 16 October and Dua Lipa is releasing her comeback track ‘Don’t Start Now’ on 1 November, making it a huge next few weeks for female artists.
Adele’s album is thought to be about her recent heartache after she split from husband Simon earlier this year.
The ‘Someone Like You’ hitmaker has apparently moved on with good friend, rapper Skepta after he also ended his long-term relationship – the grime MC was dating model Naomi Campbell until the end of last year.
"They have a close bond and there's definitely a special connection," said a source close to the couple in this report.
"They're spending more and more time together. Some of their friends are hoping and predicting they could end up being a great couple one day."
It's also said that the Academy Award winner joined Skepta to celebrate his 37th birthday in London at the Crystal Maze Experience.
Adele filed for divorce from her charity boss husband Simon in September, five months after the news of their break-up emerged in April.
The couple released a statement to confirm their separation, explaining: “Adele and her partner have separated. They are committed to raising their son together lovingly. As always they ask for privacy. There will be no further comment.”
They secretly married in 2016, but only let slip they’d tied the knot when Adele thanked her “husband” in her acceptance speech at the Grammys the following year.
After meeting in 2011, the pair kept their relationship successfully out of the spotlight especially as they raised their son Angelo, who was born in 2012.