BY Carole Smith | Aug 06, 2014 11:42 AM EDT
While we are still waiting for the confirmation of rumors about the October 2014 release of Adele's new album '25', here's a treat for all her fans alongside other celebrated talents!
According to XL Recordings' post in Facebook: "On 25th August we will be releasing Pay Close Attention, a compilation that celebrates the key releases and moments from XL's 25 year history."
"You can browse the compilation on http://pay-close-attention.com/ where you can also view a wealth of new and unseen content - including new interviews and performance footage from Vampire Weekend, The White Stripes, Tyler the Creator, The Prodigy and Bobby Womack."
The part 1 of the album will feature the roots of independent British label XL while the second part let's music lovers indulge in various hits that truly made a scene in the music industry. Of course, Adele is part of the history, thus this album!
In case '25' comes out this year, should we expect a 2015 tour? Apparently all speculations about her world tour are all just part of a huge hoax. However, one thing's confirmed: she will visit Brazil after the release of her album allegedly titled '25'!
With that, Adele might consider 2016 or 2017 as the perfect year to line up with Simon Cowell and other judges in the X-Factor. (FYI: Months ago, news about the participation of the 'Someone Like You' singer in the X-Factor emerged online.)
"Although no contract has been signed, Adele has made it clear to Simon she's up for it when the time is right." the source added.
While waiting for the 26-year-old artist to surface on the television, various details about her upcoming album continue to excite fans across the globe. Wikia announced that Phil Collins, Ryan Tedder, Diane Warren, and Paul Epworth are involved in the project, in which Tedder hinted that the album will have a different feel this time.
In the August 2011 issue of Q Magazine, Adele revealed that she has already composed seven songs for her third album, hence she shared: "It won't be a big production. I want it to be quite acoustic and piano-led. I want to write it all, record it all, produce it all and master it on my own."
Alongside her recordings, Adele is currently enjoying the life of a mother. Not to mention that she has been recently hailed as "Britain's richest young musician" with £45m in her account.
Given that she has been known as a composer who basically writes about her life, sources have asserted that Adele's next album is inspired by her pregnancy and motherhood. Transparently, the singer's life and career are in great space at this moment, but after giving us songs of heartbreak, will the lighter theme of her new album cause another massive hit from the crowd? Sound off in the comments section below!
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