The new single from British singer ‘Adele’ had over 27 million hits on its opening day, which became the most watched in Vevo during its first 24 hours.
This figure surpassed the mark that had the American Taylor Swift with ‘Bad Blood’, clip got over 20 million views in its first msdress.co.uk short prom dresses.’Hello ‘is the first single from the album’ 25 ‘Adele after four years then he took off to the great success of ’21’, which catapulted to fame with hits like ‘Rolling in the deep’, ‘Someone like you’ and ‘Set Fire To The Rain’.
From October 22 to be released until the end of this note already it had nearly 90 million views on social network YouTube.Cantantes as Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Hillary Duff have expressed their admiration for the young English in social networks announcing that they really liked her new song and expect to hear more of it.
Producer Adele: I’m still in shock by the instant success of ‘Hello’
Into the studio to write a potential success for Adele sounds challenging enough. Imagine also having to keep it a secret for a year.
That was the challenge faced Greg Kurstin after producing and co-writing “Hello” last year.
“I will not lie. It was not easy to keep that information stored for so long … But I did,” said songwriter and producer in an interview.
“It was not easy,” he said. “One like you want to scream, run through the streets and shouting at strangers just did.”
“Hello” came out on Friday and topped the iTunes singles charts in 85 countries. The music video broke Vevo record as the most watched in a day, with 27.7 million views.
“Hello” is the first single from Adele since British singer launched in 2011 the sensational “21”, their second album, which sold over 11 million copies in the United States and won the Grammy for Album of the Year, among other awards .
“I’m still in shock, honestly,” said Kurstin on the instant success of “Hello”.
Kurstin, who has worked with Pink, Lily Allen, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, Adele and said he would work together to “21” but the plan did not materialize. In his new album, “25”, which comes out on November 20, also shares credit on the themes “Water Under the Bridge” and “Million Years Ago”.
He recalled that pressed himself before he met the great singer as this is the album that would follow a “21”, but that changed once set foot in the studio.