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Ryan Tedder to Work With Adele Again for Her New Album

May 20, 2014 (8:48 am) GMT
The OneRepublic vocalist reveals at the Billboard Music Awards that he's 'going back in' the studio with Adele.

Ryan Tedder and may attempt to repeat the success of "Turning Tables" with new music by the British songstress. The "Rolling in the Deep" hitmaker recently hinted that her new album might be titled "" and released later this year, and Ryan has now revealed that he will be working with her again.

The frontman spilled the beans on the red carpet of 2014 Billboard Music Awards last Sunday, May 18. He refused to confirm that Adele's third studio album would be released this year, but did say, "I know I'm going back in with her and so, if there's any kind of time crunch, I'll definitely have to bring my A game."

Ryan previously co-wrote "Turning Tables" with Adele which was included in Adele's second studio album "". Earlier this month, he shared an emotional story of working with the Grammy-winning singer.

"After we worked on the song I went back to my hotel room in London and I texted her saying 'I'm listening to your demo and I'm getting choked up,' " he told Notion magazine. "She said, 'I've been crying my eyes out for the last 20 minutes.' We both thought we'd nailed it. It doesn't matter that it wasn't a radio hit. In a perfect world, the two would coincide. Most artists would be lying if they didn't say that was the goal."

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