Adele announces new song and Brazilians react: ‘Pague o Martinho da Vila’ – Prime Time Zone


‘Easy On Me’ is the name of the track the singer will release six years after her last album

Reproduction/Instagram/adele/05.10.2021Alede will release ‘Easy On Me’ on October 15th

The singer Adele announced this Tuesday, 5, on social networks that it will launch a new one after six years song call Easy On Me next October 15th. The announcement increased rumors that the British artist will release a new album soon. Speculation began after a Canadian radio DJ posted a Twitter post saying the artist would release a new song on October 1st. Adele didn’t release anything on the date, but the title of her supposed new album, “30”, has been printed on billboards around the world. The singer’s last album, “25”, was released in 2015 and secured a Grammy for the artist.

With the new song on the way, Adele ended up in the most talked about topics on Twitter this Tuesday and Brazilians soon began to comment on the alleged plagiarism involving a song performed by Martinho da Vila. “Everyone knows Adele is launching the album so out of nowhere to be able to raise money to pay for Martinho da Vila’s lawsuit. And I’m going to join this cow,” wrote a follower. “Pay Martinho da Vila now”, commented another. “That’s right, sell the single a lot because you’ll need to pay Martinho da Vila”, joked another one. About a month ago, the composer Toninho Generations made public that a lawsuit was filed against Alede alleging that the music Million Years Ago, from the album “25”, was a plagiarism of the song Women. At the time, the composer’s press office informed the Young pan that the artist had already been notified and that details of the process would not be disclosed.