The new album shows a new side to Adele while proving she is still the queen of the power ballad.
Now that it’s been 10 years since 2011 and I’m an almost-adult, I’d like to celebrate by revisiting some of my favorite songs from the year.
This holiday season, be thankful for Adele and her ability to make you feel nostalgic for people and emotions you didn’t even know you had. You’ll find yourself belting out ballads about love and heartbreak like you wrote the lyrics yourself.
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The 54th Grammy Awards air this Sunday on CBS at 7 p.m. CST. Here are my views on who should and will win some of the major awards. (I wanted to cover them all, but really, who cares about Best Americana or Best Tropical Latin Albums?)
Cadenza loves award shows, so we decided we should make our own awards. Here are the first round of the Cadenzites, offering you our favorite pop culture items from the past year.
After winning Best New Artist at the Grammys and touring the world, Adele has returned to grace the radio waves and prove that mainstream music can be quality, too. The singer stretches her voice to new lengths, and she explores her defiant side with “Set Fire to Rain” and “One & Only,” two tracks where her voice becomes almost hoarse yet no less appealing.
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