The Voice of All Females

Shannon Livewell

Since her career began, Adele has been writing songs that have been addressing every heart broken girl who listens to them. With their melodic undertones and strong messages all of Adele’s songs are relatable and empowering at once.

After a break out year with hits, “Rolling in the Deep,” and “Someone Like You,” Adele vows in a recent interview with Vogue that she is finished writing about break-ups. Her album, 21 was the best-selling release of 2011, but Adele says that she is tired of people thinking she is “miserable,” or “melancholy” based on her song lyrics.

The 23-year-old soulstress told the magazine she’s “done with being a bitter witch” and vowed to “never” write a breakup record again. On the contrary, Adele has a lot to be happy about after a successful throat surgery, and winning six Grammy awards, including best album of the year and record of the year. Also, despite all of the criticism Adele has faced with her weight, critics reviewed her as being “stunning,” with her voluminous hair, and minimal makeup on the cover of Vogue.

Even if Adele vows to never write a relatable break up song again, she is still an inspiration to all females when she says, “I’ve never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines. I represent the majority of women and I’m very proud of that.”

Adele said during this Vogue interview that all of this new found attention is really not her, “cup of tea,” and “Rolling in the Deep,” was really just written to get over an ex boyfriend, not to become a huge hit.

Adele’s fame seemed to have hit her overnight, as she was boarding a flight to New York City, and when she landed, she said, “I seemed to be the most talked about artist of the world that day.” To Adele, all of this fame might be a little strange, but I will be the one to say that her “cliché” break up songs are what got her there. I say if it’s not broken, don’t try to fix it.