What part of the UK is Adele from?

Adele, byname of Adele Laurie Blue Adkins, (born May 5, 1988, Tottenham, London, England), English pop singer and songwriter whose soulful emotive voice and traditionally crafted songs made her one of the most broadly popular performers of her generation.

Where did Adele grow up?

There are the basics: Adele was born in Tottenham, North London. Around the age of 10 she moved to South London (Brixton, then West Norwood). She didn’t enjoy school until she was 14 years old.

What part of Tottenham is Adele from?

It’s believed Adele’s first single, Hometown Glory, was about her teen years in West Norwood. But she’s still a huge Tottenham Hotspur fan – even singing the club’s chant in a recent Vogue interview.

Where is Adele’s accent from?

Adele is not a cockney (The joy of small things, 20 November). Adele is from north London, which has its own accent, and is definitely not within the sound of Bow bells.