Adele is a singer and songwriter famous for making big hits like “Rolling in the Deep”, “Skyfall”, “Someone Like You”, and “Hello”. Before Adele became the Grammy winning singer she is today, she attended a performing arts high school, BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology. Adele wrote her first album “19” while in school, but was originally more interested in helping other artists sell records. For a class project, Adele recorded three demos that her friend then posted on MySpace, which caught the attention of XL Recordings just months after she graduated from BRIT. Adele signed with XL by 2006 and released her debut album two years later, which introduced hits like “Make You Feel My Love” and “Chasing Pavements”, the Grammy Award winner for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Her sophomore album “21” released in 2011 and sold 31 million copies worldwide, with songs like “Someone Like You” and “Rolling in the Deep”. Adele waited another few years to release her most recent album “25”, which won a number of Grammy Awards in 2016 for “Album of the Year”, “Record of the Year”, and more. Adele now has a total of 15 Grammy Awards.
During Adele’s world tour for “25”, she admitted that she wanted to see Rihanna in concert, but she was afraid of the smoke. Adele joked that she avoided Rihanna’s concert because of the marijuana smoke, “I love her. I’m thinking of going to Coventry to watch Rihanna because she’s playing Wembley the day before I play Glastonbury, and if I go to that, I’ll have no voice, I know it. All that weed in the air – I’ll get stoned.” The singer also had vocal damage that required her to undergo risky surgery, so it’s very unlikely you’ll ever see Adele smoking cannabis.