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8 Of Adele's Best Songs You Can't Help But Sing Along To

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From “Hello,” to “Rolling in the Deep,” Adele has had many hit songs throughout the years. Whether you’re a “Someone Like You” kind of person or prefer a throwback like “Rumour Has It,” it’s easy to agree that her music not only captures a specific emotion, but it’s pretty catchy, too. And the numbers don’t lie—the British singer, who hit it big in the early 2010s, has had countless chart-topping singles and has won an incredible 16 Grammys for her work. Although Adele has plenty of songs we can’t help sing to, here are a few of our favorites.

"Hello"

In 2015, the singer came out with “Hello,” which quickly rose to the top of the charts in 36 countries. The tune was produced by Greg Kurstin, who has also famously worked with Sia, Halsey, and Paul McCartney, among many others.

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"Easy on Me"

Adele teamed up with Kurstin again to work on her 2021 hit, “Easy On Me.” The song featured a black and white music video and smashed the records for most streams for a song in both a day and a week on Spotify and Amazon Music.

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"Set Fire to the Rain"

Written for the performer’s second studio album, 21, “Set Fire To The Rain” was especially popular in Europe, where it appeared in the top 10 in Austria, France, Italy, Norway, and Switzerland. Interestingly enough, a music video was never filmed for it—Adele had recently undergone vocal surgery around the song’s release and wasn’t able to make one.

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"Rolling in the Deep"

Known as the lead single of Adele’s second studio album, this song was co-written by Paul Epworth. Besides Adele, Epworth has collaborated with Florence, the Machine and Rihanna.

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"Someone Like You"

"Someone Like You” is perhaps one of the catchiest songs by the singer. The song, which was inspired by a broken relationship, was Adele’s second single. Critics applauded it upon its release for its simple sound, poignant lyrics, and impressive vocals.

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"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"

Adele’s catchy tune, “Send My Love (To Your New Lover),” is one you simply can’t not sing along to. The popular tune was written with Max Martin, who has also worked with Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and Maroon 5, and Shellback, a Swedish music producer who’s won four Grammy awards.

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"One And Only"

Listen to “One And Only” once, and it’ll be stuck in your head all day. This beautiful ballad was recorded at Shangri La Recording Studios in Malibu and was released over a decade ago.

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"Rumour Has It"

Adele worked on “Rumour Has It,” which also was released over ten years ago, with Ryan Tedder, the lead singer of the hit band OneRepublic. Besides Adele, Tedder has also written for Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, and Beyoncé.

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