Adele New Album 2014 Update: Prince Will Not Collaborate With ‘Someone Like You’ Singer On New Song; Release Date This Fall?
By Sara Guaglione | February 27, 2014 03:13 PM EST
Adele's new album may release as early as this fall, but don't expect to see a collaboration with Prince on the 2014 album, despite recent reports.
Adele and Prince were rumored to be collaborating on a new song for Adele's 2014 album. Reports claimed that the artists had met and discussed a collab at Prince's secret London gig, the Daily Mail reports.
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British singer Adele, 25, was spotted at the same nightclub as the gig and was said to have had a brief conversation about a possible new song with Prince, 55, before he performed.
According to a source, "The reason Adele only stayed a short time at Prince's gig at Ronnie Scott's in London was because it was just a business meeting and she needed to get home. They wanted to work together on a track for her next album."
But Prince's rep has denied the claims.
"[It's] not true. She just came to enjoy the show," the rep said, according to Celebuzz.
Meanwhile, Sony is hoping for a new album from Adele by fall 2014, "if not sooner," according to Showbiz411.
As we previously reported, Wiz Khalifa told Fuse News' Matte Babel that he has collaborated on a song with Adele, which he hopes will make it to her new album for 2014.
"It's a cross between [the sounds of] right now and the '60s and '70s. It's really hippie," Wiz told Fuse News of the song, a track he first revealed to the publication last year at Jay Z's Made in America festival, Fuse reports. "That went everywhere after we talked about it. We still have the record. I just hope that we can put it in the album or maybe we can make something else, too."
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