Despite being compelled to postpone all of her 2011 performances due to a planned throat surgery, soulful singer Adele’s album “21” reached a “titanic” milestone this week.
The young singer-songwriter famous for hit songs—Rolling in the Deep, Someone Like You and Chasing Pavements will undergo surgery “to remove the current problems with her throat.” “Idol” judge Jennifer Lopez is also enjoying the Billboard spotlight with her new song “Papi.”
The Puerto Rican songstress newest tune hit number one on the Dance Club Play Song list. Owing to the surgery, all Adele’s tour dates and promotional appearances for the rest of 2011 programmes have been cancelled. Doctors have advised the singer to rest her voice and “completely recuperate before looking to schedule any work commitments.”
The year was filled with ups and downs for 23 years Adele. Although it adds MTV, Mobo and other World Music Awards and the list of trophies records tabulated with their latest album, 21, has also battled problems with his voice.
In other music news, a British coroner asked the rumor to rest on the passage of Amy Winehouse has said it was “death by misadventure.” The singer of 27 years, died of a very public battle with drugs and alcohol intoxication of alcohol when they drink accidentally after a long stay of abstinence again.