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Adele
      Rolling in the Deep
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Letterman 2011)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from The BRIT Awards 2012)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Le Grand Show 2016)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from The Voice of Holland 2011)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Largo 2011)
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      Rolling in the Deep (Live from Alan Carr Chatty Man 2017)
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      Rumour Has It (Live from Glastonbury 2016)
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      Rumour Has It (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Rumour Has It (Live from Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      Rumour Has It (Lyrics Video)
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      Rumour Has It
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      Rumour Has It (Remixed by ID Crysis)
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      Rumour Has It (Remixed by Mozkai Official)
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      Rumour Has It (Remixed by Cats Go Boom Mixes)
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      Rumour Has It (Remixed by DJ The Nuts)
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      Turning Tables (Live from Largo 2011)
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      Turning Tables (Live from The Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      Turning Tables (Live from The Late Show with David Letterman 2011)
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      Turning Tables (Live from The Jonathan Ross Show 2011)
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      Turning Tables (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Turning Tables
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      Turning Tables (Remixed by ScoundrelMusic)
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      Turning Tables (Remixed by EvenS)
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      Turning Tables (Remixed by Bærs)
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      Turning Tables (Remixed by DJ Santos)
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      Don't You Remember (Live from Live Lounge Special 2011)
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      Don't You Remember (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Don't You Remember (Live from Largo 2011)
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      Don't You Remember (Live from AOL Sessions 2011)
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      Don't You Remember (Live from Barcelona 2010)
      Live 5
      Don't You Remember (Live from The Late Show with David Letterman )
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      Don't You Remember
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      Don't You Remember (Covered by Sabrina)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Live from The Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Live from Glastonbury 2016)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Live from The Graham Norton Show 2017)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Live from Adele: Live in New York City 2015)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Lyrics Video)
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      Set Fire To The Rain
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Remixed by SwaySounnds)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Remixed by XL Recordings)
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      Set Fire To The Rain (Covered by The Katinas)
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      He Won't Go
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      He Won't Go (Remixed by Marsan)
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      He Won't Go (Remixed by Manic420)
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      He Won't Go (Remixed by Deep Focus)
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      He Won't Go (Covered by Paul Kim)
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      He Won't Go (Covered by CosmoMinds & Victoria Strand)
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      He Won't Go (Covered by Jessica Childress)
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      He Won't Go (Covered by DeJuan Turrentine)
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      He Won't Go (Covered by Steven Chen)
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      Take It All (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Take It All (Live from Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      Take It All (Live from Later with Jools Holland 2012)
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      Take It All
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      Take It All (Covered by Tim Sandys)
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      I'll Be Waiting (Live from Glastonbury 2016)
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      I'll Be Waiting (Live from Royal Albert Hall 2011)
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      I'll Be Waiting (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      I'll Be Waiting
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      I'll Be Waiting (Remixed by djnacoalicante)
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      I'll Be Waiting (Covered by Samantha Hargreaves & The Crescendo Orchestra)
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      One and Only (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      One and Only
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      Lovesong (Live from Itunes Festival 2011)
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      Lovesong
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      Lovesong (Covered by Allie Sherlock)
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      Someone Like You
      Official 1
      Someone Like You (Live from MTV Video Music Awards 2011)
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      Someone Like You (Live from BRIT Awards 2011)
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      Someone Like You (Live from The Ellen Show 2017)
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      Someone Like You (Live from Letterman 2011)
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      Someone Like You (Live from Her Home 2011)
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      Someone Like You (Live from Largo 2011)
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      Someone Like You
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      Someone Like You (Remixed by A.O.F Music)
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      I Found a Boy
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Jun 28, 2019

I Turned 25 This Week And The First Thing I Did Was Listen To Adele’s 25

One of the hardest things about writing this specific piece is acknowledging the fact that I’m getting older. Every single day I continue to age and every moment feels like it disappears a little too quickly. Sometimes I think my time is running out and that I need to do everything I can before it’s up. Of course, this shouldn’t be the correct way to go about it. For some, each age brings something new and exciting to explore. I’d like to think that way, but I’ve always been a constant worrier. Maybe it’s because I’m a huge emotional mess. And I think that’s why I connect with artists like Adele so much. I’m not saying that she’s a huge emotional mess, but she definitely isn’t afraid to express the way she’s feeling, and she does it beautifully. Sometimes it hurts a little more than it should. Before my birthday, I told everyone that the only proper way to kick off the day would be by listening to 25 by Adele alone in my room right after I wake up. I received a few laughs and some unwavering support from my fellow empaths, but I really don’t know why I thought it would be a good idea. I didn’t need to feel so hard at such an early hour on this day of all days. I understand that 25 focuses more on the relationship aspect of being in your mid-20s, but I think it offers some very unique perspectives on what it’s like to grow up and mature despite the constant hardships. I’m not sure what this means for what my 25th year will bring, but if it’s love, then I guess I know how to handle it in the best way possible thanks to my good pal Adele.

Jun 07, 2019

The Humming Lovebird

For as long I can remember, I have always been a lover of what I like to call good music and most especially love songs. My favourite female artistes back then whenever I was in the mood to listen to such songs then were the likes of Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Maria Carey, Jennifer Lopez and so on. Even when it felt like I was beginning to live in the past, as most of their songs had become a little old, I still stuck to them being my favourite songs. Then came the year 2011 when I discovered there was a new sensation in town who specialized in singing love related songs and does it so well. I found out her name was Adele and I decided to buy her album that was titled 21. I never really had time to sit down to listen to the songs on the album until a particular day that happened to be my then girlfriend's birthday and we agreed to meet at a restaurant with couple of her friends and mine. My friends and I arrived at the restaurant earlier so as to prepare everything that might be needed. When we got set, I put a call through to her and asked them to be on her way. We started counting as seconds turned to minutes, minutes to hours and still no sight of my her or her friends either. It got to a point we all got angry and decided to leave the restaurant and head to a bar around the corner to grab a drink, with the thoughts that probably before we finished drinking, they would have arrived. On our way to the bar, I saw an old classmate of mine from high school, coming out of a restaurant that wasn't so far away from the one we just left. I approached him and we had chitchat, in the process I asked him what he was doing around at the restaurant and he said he brought his girlfriend who was having her birthday and her friends. He was barely done saying this when I saw couple of girls come out of the restaurant and he pointed out the one who was his girlfriend. I was so shocked when I got a clear view of the girl he was pointing at, it was the same girl that was supposed to be my own girlfriend, the one I and my friends had been waiting for all day, his girlfriend was my girlfriend. Immediately she saw me, she tried to run back inside but decided against it when she realized that I must have recognized her already, I walked away. I finally got back home and the first thing I found myself doing was inserting the album disc I bought few days earlier, listening to the songs as tears streamed down my face. The song that hit the most was "Someone like you" as it felt like the song was directly preaching to me, giving me the hope of finding someone I would love like the girl that just broke my heart. That's what Adele's song does to you, when you are gradually falling in love, it makes you fall deeper and faster and whenever you are nursing heartbreak, it helps you heal swiftly. This album didn't just heal me, it also became an addiction for me, one that I couldn’t break until Adele released another album.

Written by @OBP from Omobaba Pension
May 31, 2019

A 3-Year Break To A First Week Sales Record

After taking a break for 3 whole years, Adele stormed back with this album that was dubbed a massive success by both her fans and music critics. Adele Laurie Blue Adkins who had won all of our hearts in 2008 with her first studio album titled 19 that was certified eight times platinum by the British Phonographic Industry with sales of over 2.4 million copies and also later peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200 in the year 2012. The album was estimated to have sold over 3 million copies in the US and over 7 million copies worldwide. She followed this up with another massively successful album titled 21 in the year 2011, further raising the bar her previous album had set, 21 sold a whooping 31 million copies worldwide and was immediately regarded as one of the best selling album of all time. The album stormed the Grammy's gallery and raked in awards for Album of the year, Best pop vocal album. "Rolling In The Deep", one of the headlining tracks off the album also raked in awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Short Form Music Video while another song off the album, "Someone Like You" won Best Pop Solo Performance. All of these summing up to the total of 6 Grammy Awards in one night which made her become the 6th artiste to have won a Grammy Triple Crown in one night and also the youngest one to ever do it as she was just 23 years old when she achieved this feat. Adele wrote her name on the stone that would forever stand the test of time with this album. She secured her place in the league of the Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T) and the best to have ever done it. The accolades received by the album sparked a lot of online debates and argument among fans as to who was the real G.O.A.T between Beyoncé and Adele. Trust me, i personally made sure I stayed away from this debate anytime i come across it because I might have personal likeness for Beyoncé and her accolades also speak volume but honestly, Adele is not a shove aside for her, not even for a minute. If I were ever compelled to pick who my GOAT is between them, I would only pick Beyoncé because of personal preference. Amidst all of these arguments, accolades and many more situations triggered by the album, it was announced that Adele had decided to quit music completely. This was indeed very heartbreaking news to her fans all over the world and every lover of good music. Just when we were coming to terms with the fact that a rare gem had decided to keep her self away from all eyes and her golden voice from all ears, she made an announcement that she was only taking a break from music just so she could live her life a little. This break was brought to an abrupt end by the birth of her first child as she claimed that she had to do music just so her son could grow up knowing what she does. This announcement was one of the best news that the world heard in the year 2012. However, it took another 3 years before she finally gave us another world heavyweight album in 2015 and called it 25.

Written by @OBP from Omobaba Pension

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