Adele changing music forever
A new rising star is changing the way that teens are not only listening to music but how they look at music as well.
Adele Laurie Blue Adkins is giving teens a positive role model to look up to, showing boys and girls that a positive self image is everything.
When told by her manager that she needed to lose weight her response was quick, “I don’t make music for eyes. I make music for ears.” And with that her platform was made.
Adele was born and raised in a family that wasn’t exactly musical, but the support she gained from them was outstanding.
When she was little she would put on small concerts for her mom and friends using lamps as stage lights.
“As soon as I got a microphone in my hand, when I was about 14, I realized I wanted to do this,” said Adele.
Since then she hasn’t stopped.
Starting with singing Destiny’s Child and then moving on to be known as a soul singer, Adele has really changed the way music is thought of.
She appeals to not only teens but adults of every age as well. I think it’s safe to say Adele has made a whole new genre of music all on her own terms.
You have stars like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry for whom part of their music is their look, showing a little too much skin.
Adele has changed the way that people see themselves by realizing she doesn’t need to show herself to others in order to sing well.
“My life is full of drama and I don’t have time to worry about something as petty as what I look like.” Adele said.
If everyone saw it the way she does I can only image how happy this generation would be.
It might be only music but to so many people out there it is much, much more than just music.
Adele is more then just a singer, she’s a role model, she’s a fighter and she’s an inspiration.