Adele's new album ‘25’ briefly leaks online: report
There’s a new source of heartbreak for Adele to sing about.
Two-minute snippets from every song on her highly anticipated album, “25,” were leaked online Tuesday — three days before the LP was scheduled to be officially released, Billboard is reporting.
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Shortly after the tunes went online, London’s The Guardian reported the new tracks had been taken down by the website that leaked them.
But their unscheduled release for any amount of time likely won’t make the British singer happy, as she has only released two songs from the album — “Hello” and a live version of “When We Were Young” — in the weeks leading up to its Nov. 20 release.
Snippets from “25” (cover art seen here) were reportedly leaked online Tuesday.
Rumors swirled online Monday that Target had been selling copies of “25” days before Friday’s scheduled release — but one of Adele’s reps was quick to shoot down the reports.
“The Target sales are not true,” they told Billboard.
The new album will be Adele’s first studio album since “21,” which hit shelves in early 2011 and went on to become one of the best-selling albums of all time.
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