There was a main event over the weekend and music superstar Adele was the highlight. The diamond-selling soul singer celebrated [More]
R&B/Pop superstar Rihanna gets a special tribute from Diamond-selling Soul/Pop artist Adele for TIME’s annual 100 Most Influential People of 2018. [More]
Adele is still singing semi-happy songs, but it looks like she's in a great place...While performing at a concert in Brisbane, Australian this weekend, she revealed to fans that she is indeed a married woman.
Adele Opens Grammys with ‘Hello’, Restarts George Michael Tribute After Flub, Makes Beyoncé Cry With Speech
Even though her album 25 arrived in late 2015, it didn't make the Grammy eligibility date for 2016, so last night at the 2017 Grammy Awards, Adele had the chance to reap the Grammy benefits of her hugely successful album.
In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
2016 was another year of great R&B songs. Veterans like Rihanna, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Jeremih continued their hit-making offerings while newcomers like Ro James, Tessanne Chin, and Anderson .Paak gave us beautifully crafted bodies of work covering a variety of topics.
For a few weeks now, it was speculated that Adele was tapped to headline the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show, but she recently reveals she turned down the gig. And what was her reason? Because she's "no dancer."
No surprise here... Two of the world's biggest stars Beyonce and Adele lead the pack in number of nominations for the 2016 [More]
During Adele's tour stopped in Antwerp, Belgium Sunday (June 12), the singer dedicated the entire show to the victims of the Orlando shooting in Pulse nightclub ...
February 15th will mark the airing of the 58th annual Grammy Awards, and the first round of performers have been announced by The Recording Academy.