Adele doesn’t need to water herself down by becoming the face area of a brand, preferring to target solely to be with her music.
The British star just made a triumphant come back to the charts along with her new single Hello, from album 25, that is due for release later this month (Nov15). While many of her peers also boost their bank balances with endorsements for popular brands, Adele doesn’t have intention of taking place that path.
“I don’t need to be the eye of anything,” the Grammy winner told the New York Daily News. “If I wanted to merely be famous, like be considered a celebrity, then I wouldn’t do music. I’ve been offered everything. And I don’t would like to water myself down. I wish to do something.”
In 2013 the singer was reportedly offered a $19 million take care of beauty giant L’Oreal due to her perfect eyeliner and well groomed locks. But Adele turned it down, and admitted it wasn’t really the only deal she’s dismissed over time.
“Commercials, nail (polishes), shoes, bags, fashion lines … hair products, finding yourself in movies, being the face area of a car,” she said, listing all of the offers she’s received.
Instead, she’s got focused her attention on motherhood and producing her latest album – her first since her critically acclaimed record 21, which included hit singles Someone Like You and Rolling inside Deep. Her songs are usually heartfelt and once Adele Hello sheet music debuted recently (Oct15) it left many fans in tears. But Adele admits she often sheds a tear to her music too.
“That’s how I realize that I’ve written a fantastic song for myself — it’s when I start crying,” she revealed. “It’s when I just get away in tears within the vocal booth or inside the studio, and I’ll require a moment to myself.”
Despite her son Angelo, who she gave birth to in October 2012, being the main person in her life she doesn’t have plans to pen tracks about motherhood. Fame can also be off limits in relation to songwriting inspiration.
“Everyone thinks I just disappeared, and I didn’t,” she said about her hiatus. “I just went back to true to life, because I had to create an album about true to life, because otherwise how could you be relatable? If I wrote about being famous — that’s boring.”