Subscriber Account active since. Musical achievements aside, she is also praised for embracing her natural beauty and being a humble artist. In honor of Adele's 30th birthday on Saturday, May 5, here are her biggest hits, ranked based on performance on the Billboard Hot charts. Adele showed off her voice with this powerful ballad from her third studio album. In December , "Remedy" peaked at No. Listen to the song here. Adele performed this emotional track at the Grammys. It also peaked at No. Listen to "All I Ask" here. In , "Turning Tables" peaked at No.
Adele's age has made naming her albums easy. She's used it to mark the period of her life covered on each of her studio LPs: 's 19 , 's 21 and 's Today May 5 , Adele turns 32, and we're hoping she's hard at work at her next effort: perhaps it'll be titled 30? To celebrate the birthday of our favorite age-themed singer, we ranked every Adele song from 19 to 25 , including bonus tracks but excluding live cuts and collaborations where she wasn't the lead artist. And befitting a mega-selling singer who has won 15 Grammys out of 18 nominations , the quality quotient is pretty high. It tugs on all the heartstrings cue the violins but fails to really strike a chord. Linda Perry -- who's worked with P! In fact, she almost sounds a bit unrecognizable at times.
Adele is one of the definitive superstars of our era. During the release of her albums 21 and 25 , it felt like everything she touched turned to gold. Everyone in the English-speaking world has heard Adele songs. How many of her biggest hits on the Billboard Hot can you name? Adele is an artist known for her distinct sound, but she abandons it for this hit. Although worldbeat music is generally associated with earnestness, this song sees Adele telling off an ex-boyfriend in an incredibly snarky way. In the hands of a lesser artist, the song could have been boring. This artistic risk paid off immensely. Every Adele song has flawless vocals. Over the course of three short minutes, Adele expresses anger, sadness, and acceptance, all with a touch of self-deprecation.
Fusing elements of pop, blues, disco, and gospel, it is a song that is without a specific genre. It topped the mainstream pop, adult pop, and adult contemporary radio charts while making a significant impact on Latin and rock radio. Prior to his work with Adele, producer Paul Epworth was best-known for his work with Florence and the Machine on their debut album Lungs. Adele had some trepidation about working together because she thought their musical styles were too divergent.