Adele has more 'really great' tracks ready
Adele has revealed she has at least four or five "really great" tracks that would have made the cut for her latest album if she had been aged 32.
Adele has five "really great" songs leftover from writing her latest record '25'.
The 'Hello' hitmaker spent 2014 locked in the studio penning tracks for the long-awaited album and teased fans for months about its release date, but has now revealed she has a plethora of hits that didn't make the LP because they would have been more appropriate to feature on a future record.
The star shared: "There are definitely four or five other songs that I would definitely revisit. We didn't finish it in time and also it just felt like maybe I should be like, 32, when I do it rather than 27?"
And there's one remaining song that could be a "hit" which she wrote with 'Hello' co-writer Greg Kurstin.
She mused: "It's really, really great actually."
Speaking about her songs from her '21' writing session, she's also confident there's a few gems hidden away in her back catalogue there too.
She told Rolling Stone magazine: "I'm sure they'll see the light of day."
Meanwhile, the multi-million selling artist - who has three-year-old son Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki - is at least sure of one thing, that she's in the music business for the long haul.
She said: "I will be making records for the rest of my life, I think."