Adele’s record label XL Recordings have said the singer will not release a new album for “some years”.
After the global success of her sophomore record 21 and being a mum-to-be, it does not come as a surprise that family will become Adele’s focus in the coming years.
A spokesperson for XL Recordings told The New York Times that "the next Adele album may not come for some years, and it's impossible to predict its likely sales."
"We therefore regard this year's figures as exceptional."
Adele’s label registered an enormous £47.1 million in profit for 2011.
What will then be the 24-year-old's last venture into music for a while, the Bond theme ‘Skyfall’, has not surprisingly been a critical and commercial success already, depsite the film not being released.
21 was released in January 2011, it is the ‘Rolling In The Deep’ singers second studio album, has sold 24 million copies worldwide, won it’s artist a string of awards and reached number one in more than 25 countries.
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