It is world domination for Adele. After the success of the multi-platinum 21, a rumor of a plus size clothing line with Burberry, and her first pregnancy, Adele is once again, the cover girl for Rolling Stone. This time it's for their "Women Who Rock," issue. The world is smitten with Adele and I can understand why. She has such a sweet and sassy spirit that it just draws your into her. Her bold piercing eyes and full pout lips are just as alluring as her voice and music.
In her interview with contributing editor David Browne, Adele reveals why it took so long for 21 Album to be released. Read the excerpt below:
The album should have been done – but it wasn't, at least in Adele's mind. Listening to the Rubin tracks, she felt something was missing: the exposed-nerve emotional edge heard in the early versions of "Rolling in the Deep," "Someone Like You," "Rumour Has It" and "Set Fire to the Rain." "It's hard to re-create that emotion nine months later," says Epworth. In the end, she made a tough choice: to scrap most of the Rubin sessions, only using four of them, and replace them with the earlier takes. "It took a lot of guts," says Abbiss, who received a call from Adele after her work with Rubin. "She wanted to try to recapture a simplicity from the first time around." They cut "Take It All" and "Turning Tables" in less than a week, on deadline.
Read the rest of her interview at Rolling Stone