Adele discography highlights:
- Adele Adkins was born in 5th of May 1988 in Tottenham, North London, Enland. She was found from Myspace by the record company XL Recordings. Adele is the first artist to receive the BRIT Awards Critic's Choise award, which happened even before her debut album was released.
- Adele is also the first artist since "The Beatles", to have two releases on top five of both, British album and single list at the sime time. "The Beatles" did this at the sixties.
- Adele's first album "19" was released on January 2008. This album features Jim Abbiss, Mark Ronson and Eg White as producers. "19" has received several award nominations including Grammy and Mercury Prize. Adele has written all the lyrics for the album, excluding the track "Make Me Feel My Love", which is a "Bob Dylan" cover song. The first single of the album was "Chasing Pavements".
- Her second album, "21", was released on January 2011. The name of the album, as the name of her first album as well, reflects her age by the time the album was released. The album peaked number one on UK Album Chart and U.S. Billboard 200 chart. The album also broke the record of "Madonna's" "Immaculate Collection" by being the number one on the UK charts for nine consecutive weeks. The album has several producers including Rick Rubin, who has previously produced albums for such artists like "Metallica", "Slipknot" and "Red Hot Chili Peppers". The first single from this album was "Rolling in the Deep".