Reports came in last year that Adele did in fact worked with legendary singer Phil Collins to produce her new album, "25".
The Genesis vocalist revealed that he helped out with the "Skyfall" singer's record. Previous reports from Mirror claimed that the collaboration was cut short because of personal problems with Adele.
However, an unnamed source claimed to approach Mirror and confirmed that the two musicians went back in the studio to continue what they left.
"Over the past few months, Phil has been working on the tracks once again," the source said. "Adele put all her work on hold for a while, so it wasn't anything personal. It was just delayed."
"She did tell Phil that she was prioritizing her personal life at that time, but now that she's back in work mode their track is happening once again."
With no release date reported, rumors and speculations suggest that her upcoming LP would come out by the end of the year.
In previous reports, the "Rolling In The Deep" singer hinted on a tweet that her follow up to "21" would in fact come this year. The singer tweeted "Bye Bye 25" and "See you later 2015," closing the rumors that her record would come in 2014.
It was further confirmed by XL recordings that Adele would indeed reveal "25" in 2015 and hinted that it could come out by surprise.
"The album will be released when it's ready - [we] hope that will be at some stage in 2015," the recording company stated.
Seeing Beyonce's surprise album in 2013 make a huge impact got the record group thinking that they might do the same with Adele's.
"The plan is to release internationally on iTunes as a complete surprise without any previous promotion or build-up publicity campaign," XL said. "The shock tactics worked amazingly well for Beyoncé and the feeling is Adele's new album is so widely anticipated it doesn't need a long promotional build-up."
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