Beyonce has gained the adoration of many fans, musicians and celebrities alike given her talent and music prowess. The latest star to show her appreciation over the singer’s latest album “Lemonade” includes the British crooner Adele.
Adele took to Instagram to share her thoughts over Beyonce’s new album and talent, Entertainment Weekly reported. She even uploaded a cute and adorable picture of herself hugging an enormous photo of Beyonce’s single art for the song “Irreplaceable.” In the image, Adele was photographed kneeling on one knee as she held onto the massive Beyonce photo. The British singer even had her eyes closed while the left side of her face leaned towards the said big picture.
The “Hello” crooner also wrote a lengthy message on Instagram. She first stated that she was “not late” in gushing over Beyonce’s new album “Lemonade.” The former Destiny’s Child singer has released her sixth album on April 23. “I've just been speechless,” Adele admitted in her social media post.
She went on to gush over Beyonce and described her as “the most inspiring person [that she] ever had the pleasure of worshipping.” Adele even mentioned how the “Sorry” singer’s talent, work ethics, beauty, as well as her grace, “are all in a league of their own.” The British crooner ended her Instagram post by stating how much she “appreciates” Beyonce. “Thank God for Beyonce,” Adele added.
Meanwhile, Beyonce’s latest album “Lemonade” has broken Billboard chart records, according to The Guardian. All 12 of the tracks included in the album “Lemonade” have now entered the Billboard Hot 100 list. This marks the first time that a female singer has had all tracks from an album land in a spot in Billboard’s top 100 list at the same time.
Three songs from the “Lemonade” album landed on the top 20 list of the Billboard Hot 100 list, as stated in the same report. These songs include “Sorry” at the 11th spot, while “Hold Up” and “6 Inch” landed at number 13 and number 18, respectively. The rest of the tracks from Beyonce’s new album secured spots through-out the top 70 of Billboard’s list.