Adele ruthlessly sold-out and offered her soul to The Devil with “25”
After the success of previous album “21” which sparked the hits “Rolling In The Deep” and “Someone Like You” – It has now been confirmed that Adele is officially set for a World Tour in 2016 after the huge success of 3rd album “25” that generated another huge hit for Adele titled “Hello”.
Adele now has another album that is selling millions around the world – in a time where music isn’t selling as it used to back in the days. Since Adele and her management can see that “25” is selling very well – they’ve gone to Adele and told her how much money she can rack in by touring in 2016.
During promotion for album “21” Adele discussed that she didn’t want to fly around the world on a World Tour. Adele would rather sing in small buildings like the London, Royal Albert Hall than sing all over the globe like other pop stars.
Now fast forward to 2015 and we have another album released 4 years after her previous effort. Adele is going on a World Tour in early 2016 with album “25” under her belt. The World Tour will include dates in North America, United Kingdom and all over Europe.
Adele is set to make near 100 million from these concerts in 2016 and that is simply down to selling her soul to The Devil. Adele wasn’t so sure her 3rd album “25” would be a hit and was taken by surprise when “21” became a worldwide phenomenon.
Then years past since the release of “21” and then Adele saw that “25” is selling everywhere…so now is confident that she’ll be able to sell out stadiums and arenas around the world. So we’re meant to believe what Adele said before doesn’t really matter anymore.
It is stupid to become a cynic and go after the money. When you suddenly receive so much fame and offers to appear on every television show in the world…it changes your mind-set and your perception of what was once important…in the old pre-fame Adele.
Just because Adele shops in Waitrose doesn’t mean she is down to earth like all the rest. If you try to photograph her outside of her mainstream persona, you’d feel the sell-out wrath of Adele.