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Adele celebrates 30’s rave reviews and warm reception


‘I threw my arms up and screamed!’ Delighted Adele celebrates 30’s rave reviews and warm reception with rare social media snap, a glass of wine and adoring message for her fans










Adele took to Twitter on Friday to thank her fans for their support in the wake of the release of her new album 30. 

The Hello singer, 33, shared a snap showing her in the recording studio with a glass of wine nearby, looking over her shoulder and added a caption reading: ‘It was a ride, so I threw my arms up and screamed! Love you all’. 

It’s been six years since her last record was released and the time out of the spotlight has paid off for Adele as her new album 30 has received rave reviews from critics.

Yaya! Adele took to Twitter on Friday to thank her fans for their support in the wake of the release of her new album 30

Yaya! Adele took to Twitter on Friday to thank her fans for their support in the wake of the release of her new album 30

The singer’s fourth album, inspired by her divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki was released to positive reception on Friday, despite some nothing that the topic of her divorce proved to be ‘all-consuming.’

On Metacritic, the record received a score of 89 out of 100, indicating ‘universal acclaim’ from reviewers while fans took to social media in droves to praise the release and share crying memes to react to the stars powerful lyrics.

The Rolling Stone‘s Rob Sheffield proclaimed 30 to be Adele’s best album yet and said she has ‘never sounded more ferocious’.

He wrote: ‘You wouldn’t think it was possible, but her vocals have gotten even more expressive. 

Praise: It's been six years since her last record was released and the time out of the spotlight has paid off for Adele as her new album 30 has received rave reviews from critics

Praise: It’s been six years since her last record was released and the time out of the spotlight has paid off for Adele as her new album 30 has received rave reviews from critics

‘Adele’s voice is a tank division that can tap-dance—the more mature she gets as an artist, the more finesse and tact she brings to the microphone, without sacrificing any of the primal firepower that made her famous in the first place. 

‘It’s all there in the single Easy On Me where she pauses mid-song to linger on the first note of ‘easy’ so long you feel like you might pass out, even though you can tell she isn’t breaking a sweat.’ 

The Independent awarded the album four stars and praised the songs as ‘handsomely crafted ballads’ and said it was Adele’s powerful voice that sells them.

Reviewer Annabel Nugent wrote: ‘It’s epic without resorting to showy, melismatic affectations. It yawns into unexpected shapes and makes intonation fun. 

‘But there are many great vocalists out there who don’t attract the same mass adoration. There’s something else about Adele that makes her so endearing, something that preternatural vocal cords alone can’t explain.’

#Adele30 became a trending topic on Twitter immediately after the album was released with fans the world over praising the record. 

Family: The reviews come after it was revealed that Adele's upcoming album would include heartbreaking voice notes exchanged with Angelo, who she shares with her ex Simon (picture with Simon in 2013)

Family: The reviews come after it was revealed that Adele’s upcoming album would include heartbreaking voice notes exchanged with Angelo, who she shares with her ex Simon (picture with Simon in 2013) 

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