The long wait for Adele?s new album will apparently be over soon. According to HITS Daily Double, the British diva is set to finally release her highly-anticipated full-length on November 20. It will be preceded by its lead single that?s due out in the first or second week of November.

HDD additionally says that Adele will accompany her new song and album with appearances on some TV shows on NBC. She has inked an exclusive deal with the ?Today? show, ?Saturday Night Live?, a prime-time special and another yet-to-be-announced show. The deal, however, will still allow Adele to appear at the 2016 Grammys.

Adele?s new album, which she last year hinted would be titled ?25?, will be her first in four years. Its predecessor, 2011?s ?21?, was a huge critical and commercial success. It spent several weeks atop Billboard 200 and won multiple Grammys including the coveted Album of the Year Award.

Details of Adele?s upcoming full-length are still scarce. The ?Someone Like You? hitmaker has reportedly worked with Danger Mouse, Max Martin, OneRepublic?s Ryan Tedder and Canadian singer/songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr. on the project.

Pharrell Williams will make contributions to the project as well. The Grammy-winning producer revealed his involvement himself in a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest. At that time, he also offered some insight into why it took Adele so long to finish the album.

?She?s kinda like, ?OK, guys, I?m gonna open my diary for 20 minutes.? So it?s like, OK, you have 20 minutes, or 32 minutes really. Then she gives it to you and closes it up and disappears, and she?s off with her beautiful boy ? and that?s what it?s all about,? he explained. ?She is a masterful writer. You listen to her albums and the intention is living and breathes.?



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