Who sang Rolling in the deep before Adele?

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Who sang Rolling in the deep before Adele?

When 26-year-old Adele found fame with her classic soul and R&B sound, she followed in the footsteps of the greats who came before her. And when it comes to the genre, they don’t get much greater than Aretha Franklin.

Did Adele cover Aretha Franklin?

Now, she’s promoting the new album, “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics,” which, yes, is an entire album of a diva singing songs by other divas. Seriously. She performed the Adele cover live on “Late Show With David Letterman” on Monday, and her voice sounded … not digitally processed.

What song does rolling in the deep sound like?

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Track Artist
Ain’t No Other Man Christina Aguilera More like this
Rolling in the Deep Adele More like this
Respect Aretha Franklin More like this
At Last Etta James More like this

Who has sung rolling in the deep?

AdeleRolling in the Deep / Artist

What did Aretha Franklin think of Adele?

Popular on Rolling Stone Adele, Franklin said, makes the grade as a true diva: “She’s a really good writer with very heavy, deep lyrics,” she explains. “She’s got something to say and she says it a little differently than the norm. But Miss Adele is not one to be messed with, listening to those lyrics!”

Who is the dancer in Rolling in the Deep?

Jennifer White
Jennifer White is the choreographer and dancer in Adele’s music video for “Rolling in the Deep.” She currently lives in Watford, United Kingdom.

What did Aretha say about Taylor Swift?

“Young performer, good writer, producer.” As for Taylor Swift? Aretha said, “Okay, uh… great gowns, beautiful gowns.”

What songs did Adele cover Aretha Franklin?

Rolling in the Deep
Adele’s 2010 pop staple “Rolling in the Deep,” deftly entwined midway with Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” is the husky first single, and Franklin performed it recently on Letterman (with a backing vocal assist by Cissy Houston, mother of Whitney and Franklin’s longtime collaborator who …

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