Adele's TikTok Confession Has Her Fan Base Cheering

November may have once been a time all about fall, pumpkin spice lattes, and cozy fall evenings. Not in 2021. 2021's November has been the month of Adele. The second that Adele dropped her long-awaited album "30" on November 19, 2021 everyone's days inevitably were taken over by all-things-Adele (via Harper's Bazaar). 

When fans haven't been busy listening to the new album on repeat and silently sobbing, there's been plenty of entertaining Adele content coming out daily to lighten the mood. All month now, she has finally been out and about with special live performances, interviews, and even an entire CBS special with none other than Oprah Winfrey (via CNN). Now, Adele's vocal talent and moving lyrics are undeniable, but what fans love most about her is her relatable sense of humor and hilarious moments on the rare occasion she sits down for an interview. She certainly hasn't disappointed this month. Adele's most recent interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe gave an especially interest for Adele fans that also happen to be TikTok addicts...

Adele chooses to dedicate her music to millenials

On November 17, 2021 Adele continued her press tour for new album "30" by sitting down with Apple Music's Zane Lowe for an exclusive informal catch up in "The 30 Interview" (via Insider).Throughout the 50 minute interview, the pair discussed all things "30". Adele transparently opened up about a lot of exclusive details. She shared her doubts about the album, "There were moments when I was writing these songs — and even when I was mixing them and stuff like that — where I was like, 'Maybe I don't need to put this album out. Like maybe I should write another" (via NME).

When the topic of everyone's new favorite social media platform TikTok, Adele had a lot to say. The 33-year-old shared that when her team even mentioned the app her first response was, "Tik-a-Tok-a-Who?" (via YouTube). She explained how her team wanted her to get create music for TikTok to reach younger audiences, but Adele was adamant that, "They've all got moms. They've all got moms, and they've definitely been growing up listening to my music, these 14-year-olds." 

Adele feels passionately about dedicating this album to, "30- and 40-year-olds who are all committing to themselves and doing therapy." She explained, "Who's making the music for my peers? I will do that job gladly. I would rather cater to the people that are like, on my level in terms of like the amount we've spent on earth, and all the things we've been through. I don't want 12-year-olds listening to this record, it's a bit too deep."