Adele’s “Oh My God” arrives January 12 – Publimetro México

On January 12, the video for Adele’s “Oh My God”, as the singer recently showed via her social networks, will arrive. The announcement, like his song “Easy On Me,” came with a small preview.

The singer bets again on Balco and black and it appears in the released clip that it will be inside a studio with a set of built-in lights highlighting her silhouette. Expectations are rising among followers as it is the second song taken from his latest album ’30’ and also one of the favorite songs of her infectious beat.

“Rest and recover! I feel ready for 2022, there is a lot to come, and I am excited for everyone to see it.” “Oh My God” reached the top five in the UK and the US, and the top ten in Canada, Australia and South Africa. It is the second most played song for 30 years on Spotify with 110 million songs.

Adele closed 2021 with 1 billion views of “30” on Spotify. In this way, each of her albums achieved the feat that made Adele the definitive queen of the Spotify music platform. His most played song is still “Hello” from his previous production “25′ with 1,231 million.

Last Tuesday, December 7, Adele broke a record again, and in that time became the only artist to have sold 1 million copies in the United States, with “30”.

It should be remembered that this fourth album consisted of 12 songs and was released only on November 19. The last artist to achieve this feat was Taylor Swift in October 2020 with the release of her album “Folklore” in July of the same year.

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Also on the online sales platform Amazon, ’30′ is a bestseller. The album also broke Apple Music’s record as the most previously added albums. “Easy On Me,” the first single from the 30’s released on October 15, has now garnered more than 214 million views on YouTube.

Terry Alexander

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