'21' singer says she will 'never write a break-up record again'
Adele has said that she is “done being a bitter witch” and has vowed that she will never write another album inspired by a break-up.
The singer, who has sold over 11 million copies of her second album ’21’, has told Vogue that she will not look to replicate that album and make another record inspired by the end of a relationship.
Asked about her plans for her next album, the singer said that she is “done being a bitter witch” and that she will “never write a break-up record again”.
Adele enjoyed an extremely successful night at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles last night (February 12). The singer took home the gongs for Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year for her hit ‘Rolling In The Deep’ and Album of the Year for ’21’.
She also scored awards for Best Pop Solo Performance for her track ‘Someone Like You’ as well as Best Pop Vocal Album for ’21’, and Best Short Form Music Video for ‘Rolling In The Deep’.
Her producer Paul Epworth was also named Producer Of The Year. You can watch a video interview with Epworth talking about Adele’s success by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.