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Adele in studio with OneRepublic frontman

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Adele is finally ready to record another album, the singer has reportedly been in studio with OneRepublic's frontman, Ryan Tedder, in North London. Adele has been performing the role of Mommie full-time to her 21-month-old son, Angelo, and talks of a new record have been circulating for a few years teasing fans. There were rumors that Adele was suffering from "happy" writers block after giving birth, a life changing event that was a complete 180 to the singer's first and second albums, 19 and 21 which were journals of heartache.

But the world can get excited again now that we know something is actually in the works. We can all take a guess as to what this next record will be about, the joys of motherhood, play dates and settling down but fingers crossed it will focus more on the singer's journey, minus the diaper changing. Adele pairing up with Tedder is one sure sign that the music will be on a whole other level as the singer-songwriter has written hits for Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, etc.

The UK newspaper, The Mirror, reports Adele and Ryan have been recording songs most of last week and that Adele is delighted the two are working together. Ryan seems confident he can help Adele generate a chart-topping record saying, "You have to have hits all the time: that is your currency. You have to have the most cutting edge, innovative, driving, fantastical songs that the world instantly reacts to. They don't need a lot of thought, and you don't have to dig deep,” he told Fault Magazine last week.

There's no official word from the 26-year-old singer yet on the new record other than taking to Twitter back in May hinting that the album would be titled, 25.

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