Vocalist will appear on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show for a long interview ahead of new record release
Adele has said the rumour that she turned down a cooperation offer from Beyonce is wrong, including, "I 'd never disrespect her like that."
Talking in an indepth interview with Zane Lowe, set to air on his Beats 1 radio show tomorrow (November 18) at 5pm UK time, Adele clarified that since her success she'd learned the best way to turn down numerous offers, but would never turn down Beyonce.
"There Is a rumour going round which I turned Beyonce down. As to do, which I 'd never be so disrespectful. I had never disrespect her like that," she clarified. "Clearly, like, Queen B 'til the day I perish."
Asked who she saw as her contemporaries, she named Lana Del Rey, Alabama Shakes' frontwoman Brittany Howard, Tobias Jesso Jr, Drake, Chvrches and The Maccabees.
"I adore Lana Del Rey. I love her really much. I have never met her though but I simply believe she, she enjoy awakens my spirit. I really like Alabama Shakes. And I believe Brittany is, the manner I first felt when Etta James, when I first heard her."
Listen to a clip from the interview below:
Adele's new record '25' is her long-awaited follow up to 2011's '21'. It'll be published on November 20.
The vocalist has already shown its lead single 'Hello', which recently became the very first tune to be downloaded one million times in a week in america.
The '25' tracklist is as follows:
'Send My Love (To Your New Lover)'
'I Miss You'
'When We Were Young'
'Water Under The Bridge'
'Love In The Dark'
'Million Years Ago'
'All I Ask'