I feel like we should all just hurry up and admit Adele is the strawberry haired female version of Jesus. Fans go crazy over her voice, throw in a down to earth vibe and stunning features and it isn’t difficult to see why.
Adele took a 4-year break, with the exception of her Skyfall soundtrack song, she pretty much went M.I.A. so she could raise her son, Angelo. The break only made her fans crave her music even more if you ask me. Her sales would still be sky high, but allowing fans to miss you and appreciate what you have to offer is always a good move when you’re as talented as Adele. If you suck you should totes strike while the iron is still hot, before your fans sober up and disown you.
Simon Konecki‘s baby mama brings home the bacon, and the frying pan. Let’s all pretend I’m sense-making. Thanks. Adele’s net worth is $75 million. She’s made $32 million just within the past three years. And remember, that was during her break from the scene!
One report claims that Adele made more than $70k/ day last year, with most of her funds coming from royalties from her previous albums.
But with Adele’s new disc breaking just about every record, and a European tour on the way, Ms. Atkins will have a massive year in 2016. Adele’s 25 album was downloaded nearly 1 million times on iTunes on its first day of release. In the UK, 25 sold an additional 737k copies, making it that country’s fastest-selling album ever.
Like Taylor Swift, Adele is smart enough to make sure she’ll receive royalties for her hard work. Her new record isn’t available on streaming services like Spotify. She has blocked her disc from streaming services in the past as well, but usually makes them available around 4 to 6 months later.
She is very dedicated to her craft and isn’t a singer for all the unrelated opportunities she could take advantage of. In 2013, Adele actually turned down a $19 million L’Oreal endorsement deal. It would have been fun to see her promos, though. Adele’s so hot, I would have bought any product she rep’d cause she’s so flawless.