Is Adele's 'Easy On Me' boring? Internet says 'wish she tried a new style'

While Adele was showered with praises from Drake and Niall Horan, the Internet did not waste any time labeling the song ‘Easy On Me’ as 'boring'


                            Is Adele's 'Easy On Me' boring? Internet says 'wish she tried a new style'
Adele in a still from her comeback single 'Easy On Me' ([email protected])

Adele’s new era is finally here as she dropped her comeback single ‘Easy On Me’ after a hiatus of six years. The Internet shed every last tear as they thronged to Twitter to express their emotions over the British singer’s lead single off her fourth studio album ‘30’. However, things soon went haywire after a lot of social media users noticed how the song was very similar to Adele’s previous top hits like ‘Hello’, ‘Someone Like You’, and ‘Rolling in the Deep’.

While Adele was showered with praises from stalwarts like Drake and Niall Horan, the Internet did not waste any time to label the song ‘Easy On Me’ as “boring” adding that it was legit sleepy music with no growth. The 33-year-old singer-songwriter’s brand new song sheds light on her troubled childhood, divorce, her son, and the lessons she learned along the way.  The song released on Friday, October 15, quickly grabbed the numero uno spot on US iTunes charts despite the hatred it received.
 
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Is Adele's comeback single 'Easy On Me' boring? 

Adele’s new album ‘30’ which arrives on November 19, 2021, will talk about her divorce as the title of the album refers to the age she divorced her long-term partner, Simon Konecki. Adele had said that she recorded the album to make her nine-year-old son understand their divorce. In an interview with Vogue magazine, the Grammy-winning crooner asserted, “I wanted to explain to him through this record, when he's in his 20s or 30s, who I am and why I voluntarily chose to dismantle his entire life in the pursuit of my own happiness.”  She added, “It made him really unhappy sometimes. And that's a real wound for me that I don't know if I'll ever be able to heal.”

Speaking of lyrics, Adele opens the track with, “There ain't no gold in this river/ That I've been washin' my hands in forever/ I know there is hope in these waters/ But I can't bring myself to swim/ When I am drowning in this silence/ Baby, let me in.”  She then slips into the chorus with her powerful vocals, “Go easy on me, baby/ I was still a child/ Didn't get the chance to/ Feel the world around me/ I had no time to choose what I chose to do/ So go easy on me.” You can listen to her brand new track here. Adele’s fourth studio effort is a follow-up to her third project called ‘25’ that was released in 2015.



 

 



 

 



 

 

 

‘This is boring and wack. Zero growth’

Social media users were in no mood to hold it back as they brutally slammed Adele for releasing the same kind of music and videos over the years. “Adele's new song is boring. It sounds like a lot of her songs. I like her but she needs to release something different” claimed one user as another pitched in, “I’m sorry Adele music is so boring and super basic AF! Legit sleepy music. I don’t really see why people like her. She’s (red flag).”
 
The next one added, “This is boring and wack. Zero growth.” Meanwhile, one user tweeted, “Look yeah, I love Adele just as much as anybody else, but f**k me! What a boring song to come back with. When will we dance? We’ve heard this album thrice already!” Another user posted, “Adele new song had me falling asleep. It is a good song to relax to. Kinda boring tho.” One person shared, “Adele is boring All her discography only for old people who's feel alone  cause their kids leave them.” Whereas, one individual added, “Sounds boring to me.  I wish she tried to a new style.” Another person concluded, “Unpopular opinion: Adele’s new song sounds the same as her others. It’s boring. She’s too predictable.”



 

 



 

 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 



 

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