Adele says she would rather not make music for the TikTok generation

Adele is back! It’s been six years since Adele released an album to her fans, and since then she’s overcome so much. After going through a tumultuous divorce and a successful weight loss journey, the soulful singer put everything into her ’30’ album and the world has welcomed her with open arms.

Adele recently shared that she wants to touch the lives of the people who listen to and relate to her songs, which may not include the TikTok generation. Adele spoke with Zane Lowe and revealed that she will happily make music for her generation, other artists appeal to younger people.

“If everyone makes music for TikTok? Who makes music for my generation? Who makes music for my peers? I want to do that job with joy,” Adele said. “I’d rather address people who are at my level in terms of the amount of time we’ve spent on earth and the things we’ve been through.”

“I do not want 12-year-olds listening to this record. It’s a little too deep. But the 30 and 40-year-olds who all commit to themselves and do therapy, that’s my mood, because that was it, I did. So I’m more worried about how this record can help them. “

One of the most popular tracks from Adele’s album, ‘To Be Loved’, tells the story of the love Adele has experienced over the years and how she plans to protect her heart in the future. She recently went viral for her performance of the song from Home.

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