Adele’s new single “Easy On Me” is finally offline. So what is the verdict?

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This song is the first of a highly anticipated album that expires in November, and it began to do exactly as the singer promised: “Solution”Civil strife“From a series of major life changes, including her divorce from Simon Konecki, she shared a son with her.

“I’m still a child, I don’t have the opportunity to feel the world around me, I don’t have time to choose what I choose to do, so take it easy for me,” she sang.

In an interview with the November issue of “Vogue” magazine, the 33-year-old singer said that she recorded this song for her son—just like much of the album.

She said: “I just think I want to explain to him through this record, who I was when he was in his 20s and 30s, and why I voluntarily chose to dismantle his entire life to pursue my own happiness.”

“Sometimes it makes him really upset. This is a real wound for me, and I don’t know if I can heal it,” she added.

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Adele filed for divorce from the charity CEO Konecki in 2019. She and Konecki, who lives across the street from Los Angeles, have a 9-year-old son Angelo.

“I’m just going through the scene, I’m not happy,” Adele explained when talking about their marriage to Vogue. “None of us did anything wrong. Neither of us hurt each other or anything like that. It’s just: I want my son to see that I really love me and be loved. This is really important to me.”

She added: “Since then, I have been looking for a journey of true happiness.”

Alicia Silverstone, Lil Nas X and Drake are among the many fans who reacted to the release of this song, Silverstone shared video Before listening to this song, she stocked up wine and liquor herself. At the same time, Lil Nas X said the song was “so nice” and added: “I feel like I’m 15 years old again.”

“Easy On Me” has also received positive reviews from music critics.

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“Her voice, as strong as always, sounded hurt at first, then soared. Even if you find Adele doing miserably, you have to argue that her voice on the last bridge is not great,” The Guardian Write.
At the same time, “Rolling Stone” magazine called the singer’s latest album “bring the world into tears.”
Billboard mused that although it has similarities with Adele’s previous hits, this song “is no longer the same.”

“Easy On Me” does not provide more tearful ballads about deceased ex or despised romances, but presents a different type of destruction: asking for understanding after a breakup that caused too much collateral damage,” Billboard wrote.

The singer told fans on social media on Wednesday that the new album “30” will be released on November 19.



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