Adele Fans Think Taylor Swift Pushed Her ‘Red’ Album up Because of ’30’

30 artist Adele on 'Saturday Night Live'
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Though there are plenty of talented singers in the music industry, it’s pretty difficult to compete with Adele. Not only do critics love her, but sales for her album have historically been tremendous. In fact, some of the “All I Ask” singer’s fans believe that other artists go as far as changing the release dates for their albums so they don’t have to compete.

It’s a great day for Adele fans. Nearly six years after she released her Grammy-award winning album, 25, she has officially announced her new album, 30. And though fans have to wait a little longer to hear the long-anticipated album, Adele is releasing the first single in just a few days. “Easy On Me” is set to premiere on October 15.

Taylor Swift moved up the release date for her version of ‘Red’

On September 30, Swift unexpectedly revealed that Red (Taylor’s Version) would release a week ahead of schedule. “Got some news that I think you’re gonna like – My version of Red will be out a week earlier than scheduled (including the 4 disc vinyl) on November 12th!” Swift penned on Twitter. “Can’t wait to celebrate the 13th with you and our new/old autumn heartbreak album.”