Adele on '21': 'The Songs on Here are the Most Articulate I've Ever Written'


Rolling Stone caught up with Adele when she was in town to film an episode of VH1 Unplugged earlier this month, days after her sophomore album, 21, topped the charts in eight countries. In his review of 21 (out Tuesday in the US), Rolling Stone's Will Hermes writes, "Adele has toughened her tone, trimmed the jazz frippery and sounds ready for a pub fight." (Read the full review) 

Click to Listen to Adele's 21

Watch the interview above to get a sneak peek at Adele's upcoming U.S. tour and find out what it was like for Adele to work with Rick Rubin, the meaning behind her hit single "Rolling in the Deep" and what would happen if she made a hip-hop record. Check out her singing cuts from 19 and 21 including "Chasing Pavements" and "Someone Like You" when VH1 Unplugged: Adele premieres on March 3rd at 7:00 p.m. ET at unplugged.vh1.com and on VH1 March 4th at 11:00 p.m.

Click for the full transcript of Rolling Stone's video interview of Adele.

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