list of all adele songs and albums

List of All Adele Songs & Albums (Updated: October 2021)

When Adele started her music career, the whole world heard. From the tender age of 19, Adele was shot to the limelight in the music industry and did not step away from it through the rest of her career. Despite having only released three albums in 13 years (fourth album on the way), Adele has been one of the most successful artists of all time. In this article, we will list all the songs and albums released by Adele in chronological order.

Adele has released three studio albums, titled ’19’ (2008), ’21’ (2011), and ’25’ (2015) in her career so far. Her newest album, titled ’30’ is expected to release in 2021. All of these albums have charted #1 in the UK, and save for the first album, all other albums have charted #1 in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, New Zealand, Switzerland, and a handful of other countries. Her career has spawned some massive hits such as “Hello,” “Someone Like You,” and “Rolling in the Deep.”

According to, Adele has sold over 58 million albums worldwide and this is excluding streams. Including streaming statistics, Adele’s discography has gained over 90 million album-equivalent sales (2021). Note that this is during an era where streaming isn’t as big as today. Her upcoming 2021 album, ’30’ is going to gain much more streams than physical album sales.

Adele discography sales (
Adele discography sales (

All these sales statistics boil down to Adelen being ranked one of the best-selling artists in the world. Chartmasters ranks Adele’s career sales at #54 among the best-selling artists ever.

Sales statistics aside, Adele has been able to secure countless awards for her music throughout her career. She is a frequent winner at the Grammy Awards. Adele’s debut album won her awards for ‘Best New Artist’ and ‘Best Pop Vocal Performance’ at the 2009 Grammy Awards.

Adele’s second studio album ’21’ won her a record 6 Grammy awards in 2012. She won awards for ‘Album of the Year,’ ‘Best Pop Vocal Album,’ while the album’s single “Rolling in the Deep” earned her Grammys for ‘Record of the Year,’ ‘Song of the Year,’ ‘Best Short Form Music Video,’ and “Someone Like You” track earned her ‘Best Pop Solo Performance.’

Adele’s third studio album ’25’ did not disappoint either. The album earned her ‘Album of the Year,’ ‘Best Pop Vocal Album,’ and it’s single “Hello” won her ‘Record of the Year,’ ‘Song of the Year,’ and ‘Best Pop Solo Performance.’

The list of Adele’s awards just continues on and on, you can refer to the full list on Wikipedia.

All Adele Singles So Far

Lead Singles

  1. Hometown Glory (2007)
  2. Chasing Pavements (2008)
  3. Cold Shoulder (2008)
  4. Make You Feel My Love (2008)
  5. Rolling in the Deep (2010)
  6. Someone Like You (2011)
  7. Rumour Has It (2011)
  8. Turning Tables (2011)
  9. Hello (2015)
  10. When We Were Young (2016)
  11. Send My Love (To Your New Lover) (2016)
  12. Water Under the Bridge (2016)
  13. Easy On Me (2021)

Singles as a featured artist

  1. Water and Flame by Daniel Merryweather (2009)

Non-Album Singles

  1. Skyfall (2012)

All Adele Albums & Songs

Studio Albums

(1) 19 (January 28, 2008)

Adele '19' album cover (Image:
Adele ’19’ album cover (Image:
(Buy: Apple Music / Amazon)


  1. Daydreamer
  2. Best for Last
  3. Chasing Pavements
  4. Cold Shoulder
  5. Crazy for You
  6. Melt My Heart to Stone
  7. First Love
  8. Right as Rain
  9. Make You Feel My Love
  10. My Same
  11. Tired
  12. Hometown Glory
    Japanese edition bonus tracks
  13. Painting Pictures
  14. Now and Then
  15. That’s It, I Quit, I’m Movin’ On
    US limited edition bonus tracks
  16. Right as Rain (live)
  17. Melt My Heart to Stone (live)
  18. My Same (live)
  19. That’s It, I Quit, I’m Movin’ On (live)
  20. Chasing Pavements (live)
    Expanded edition – acoustic set live from Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles
  21. Right as Rain [Live at the Hotel Cafe]
  22. Melt My Heart to Stone [Live at the Hotel Cafe]
  23. My Same [Live at the Hotel Cafe]
  24. That’s It, I Quit, I’m Moving On [Live at the Hotel Cafe]
  25. Chasing Pavements [Live at the Hotel Cafe]
  26. Many Shades of Black (Ft. The Raconteurs)

(2) 21 (January 24, 2011)

Adele '21' album cover (Image:
Adele ’21’ album cover (Image:
(Buy: Apple Music / Amazon)


  1. Rolling in the Deep
  2. Rumour Has It
  3. Turning Tables
  4. Don’t You Remember
  5. Set Fire to the Rain
  6. He Won’t Go
  7. Take It All
  8. I’ll Be Waiting
  9. One and Only
  10. Lovesong
  11. Someone Like You Lyrics
    iTunes bonus tracks
  12. I Found a Boy
  13. Rolling in the Deep (acoustic live)
    UK, Taiwan, Poland and Bulgaria limited edition bonus tracks
  14. If It Hadn’t Been for Love
  15. Hiding My Heart
    Japanese / deluxe edition bonus tracks
  16. I Found a Boy
  17. Turning Tables (live acoustic)
  18. Don’t You Remember (live acoustic)
  19. Someone like You (live acoustic)

(3) 25 (November 20, 2015)

Adele '25' album cover (Image:
Adele ’25’ album cover (Image:
(Buy: Apple Music / Amazon)


  1. Hello
  2. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
  3. I Miss You
  4. When We Were Young
  5. Remedy
  6. Water Under the Bridge
  7. River Lea
  8. Love in the Dark
  9. Million Years Ago
  10. All I Ask
  11. Sweetest Devotion
    Target and Japanese edition bonus tracks
  12. Can’t Let Go
  13. Lay Me Down
  14. Why Do You Love Me Lyrics

(4) 30 (Expected: November 19, 2021)

Adele '30' album cover (Image: Twitter/Adele)
Adele ’30’ album cover (Image: Twitter/Adele)
(Buy:  Apple Music / Amazon )


  1. Strangers by Nature
  2. Easy on Me
  3. My Little Love
  4. Cry Your Heart Out
  5. Oh My God
  6. Can I Get It
  7. I Drink Wine
  8. All Night Parking (With Erroll Garner) Interlude
  9. Woman Like Me
  10. Hold On
  11. To Be Loved
  12. Love Is a Game
    Bonus Tracks:
  13. Wild Wild West
  14. Can’t Be Together
  15. Easy on Me (With Chris Stapleton)

This article will be updated with the latest releases by Adele as and when they get announced. Stay tuned and let us know what are your favorite songs and albums by Adele in the comments below. Yes, ‘all of them’ is an acceptable answer.

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