Feb 10, 2014 08:22 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
According to a new report, there may be some amazing new albums with a release date of 2014. Artists like Lady Gaga and Adele are rumored to be releasing new work. Even Jay Z and Kanye West's much-anticipated Watch the Throne 2 may come out before the end of the year.
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Adele might be making her comeback in a big way. A new article in The Daily Mail claims that the award-winning singer may be teaming up with Madonna on her upcoming album:
"Madonna is hanging up her pointy bras and fishnets as she swaps dance music for a 'grown up' album of ballads - thanks to Adele. Queen of reinvention Madge has asked the 25-year-old songstress, below left, to help her, promising in return to write a song for Adele's next record."
Of course, many are looking more forward to Adele's upcoming album than Madonna's. After having a child back in 2012, Adele has seemingly placed her music career on hold.
Yahoo Music, however, thinks that things could soon change. While an official release date hasn't yet surfaced, there has been some movement by Adele:
"Back in April, she reportedly spent some time in the studio for the first time since becoming a mom, teaming with James Ford and Kid Harpoon, known for their work with the Arctic Monkeys and Florence and the Machine. She's also reportedly working with William Orbit and OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder."
The same music site also predicted that Jay Z and Kanye West would be releasing a follow up to their smash hit collaborative, Watch the Thrown:
"Jay Z and Kanye West, two of the hardest-working men in show business, are reportedly planning to release a second part to their 2011 collaboration. Back in June, producer Mike Dean said the second set was on its way, but Hova and 'Ye were both extremely busy in 2013, with new albums, tours and fatherhood."
What do you think about the latest rumors? Which album are you most excited about? Will we ever see Watch the Throne 2?
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