Adele was born in North London, England, on May 5, 1988, eventually attending the performing arts BRIT School. Adele was born to a Welsh father, Mark Evans, and an English mother, Penny Adkins. When Adele was still young her father left the family and after she was raised by her mother.
As a child Adele developed a passion for music at a young age and started singing. Later on in her life she was enrolled She was enrolled at the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon. While studying, she wrote and composed songs, later posting them on her MySpace page.
One of her major roles includes her album ‘21’ selling over 3.4 million copies in the UK, and became the biggest-selling album of the 21st century. It also made Adele the first artist ever to sell three million albums in the UK in one calendar year. And also In 2012, Billboard announced Adele's “Rolling in the Deep” as the biggest crossover hit of the past 25 years, topping pop, adult pop and adult contemporary charts.
She also also won many awards and achievement but were not going to go into that because the list goes on and on.
He won’t go
“Wake me up, wake me up when all is done
I won’t rise until this battle’s won
My dignity’s become undone”
In a lot of Adele's music she talks about getting over things and moving forward as well as being strong. This helps remind me that I need to be strong and remember that God is here for me and I don’t have to worry.
After researching more about her and her achievements it makes me admire her more because of all the things she has accomplished. Some of the things I never knew before and it is more inspiring. I think she is a great person to look up to. Adele may be famous, but at the same time she is very humble about it. Which makes her an even better person to admire.