Diane Warren
Songwriter Diane Warren revealed that some collaborative work with Adele could be featured on the singer's next album. She is photographed here at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California, Feb. 28, 2016. Getty Images

It’s been a big year for both Adele and Diane Warren, and these two are far from done. Songwriter Warren, who has worked with the likes of Lady Gaga and LeAnn Rimes, said she and the “Hello” singer worked together on several songs that have yet to be released. Could a collaboration be in the works?

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Warren, 59, said that she and Adele had teamed up on some music in 2014. She told the publication that the British-born songstress “still loves” those projects nearly two years later. Although none of those songs made it onto her recently released album, “25,” Warren hopes they’ll see the light of day on Adele’s follow-up album.

“I did some songs with Adele that she still loves,” Warren said. “Hopefully they’ll find their way onto her next album.”

Although a new project may be in the works, Adele is still collecting awards from “25.” The singer recently took home a third of all the Brit Awards given out during the Feb. 25 award show. Adele won album of the year, single of the year, and a global success award. Although the Brit Awards feature only 12 awards, it has been reported no one artist has won as many awards as Adele in a single show.

During that same award show Adele took a moment during one of her acceptance speeches to acknowledge the ongoing battle among Kesha Rose, Sony and producer Dr. Luke. The singer, who is signed under Sony affiliate Columbia Records, said she wanted to use her moment in the spotlight to send love and “support” to the “TiK ToK” singer, who is petitioning to be released from her contract due to issues with Dr. Luke.

Adele is on the road performing in cities around the globe on the “25” world tour.