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PopWrapped | Music

Two Tracks From Adele's 2010 Recording Session With Fraser T Smith Leaked

Sarita Ramirez | PopWrapped Author

Sarita Ramirez

Updated 09/4/2014 2:01pm
Two Tracks From Adele's 2010 Recording Session With Fraser T Smith Leaked | Adele
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Adele fans! If you’ve been missing the English singer-songwriter’s vocals this past year, don’t fret, because two unreleased tracks have been leaked onto the web on August 31st, on the music platform The tracks “You’ll Never See Me Again” and “Never Gonna’ Leave You” are two songs, unheard, and speculated to have been part of the much appraised and heavily acclaimed album 21. The tracks were confirmed to be from 2010 recording sessions Adele held with Grammy award winning record-producer, Fraser T Smith. Rumors of Adele’s new album's, 25, release date in late 2014 was crushed and denied by Adele’s label, XL Recordings. According to Martin Mills, Chairman of Beggars Group, the parent company to XL Recordings, there is “no truth” behind rumors of album 25's early release date. However, back in July, World Music Awards tweeted Adele’s confirmation of a “...2015 tour after the release of new album ‘25’!” UPDATE: The tracks have since been removed from SoundCloud.

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