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Adele’s ‘30’ Album Will Feature A Voicemail She Left While Having A Panic Attack

Singer Adele uses her purse to hide from the TV camera while she sings along to her song being played to the audience while attending a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers on October 19, 2021 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images).

Adele’s album “30” will not only feature songs about her divorce from Simon Konecki and her son, Angelo, but fans will also hear the singer having a panic attack.

Adele told an Australian radio host the audio of her having the panic attack is in a song she wrote for her son.

The singer was trying to call her best friend to try to calm her down but she didn’t answer. “It shines some light on — I’m talking about my son in the rest of the song, and once I put him to bed, it’s like I can stop putting on that brave face,” she said.

The “Easy On Me” singer says she would often forget what she had told her son about the separation causing her to have terrible anxiety.

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