Scamp4553, it's truly a matter of preference. Gaga is the ultimate showman. She has a courageous creativity like no one else. My preference of the two is Adele, simply for the fact that she comes out onstage, stands there and sings--baring her soul. Her voice is solid, the mark of someone who is a true singer. When you see her in concert, her great personality and great sense of humor emerges. I have to say it was the best concert I've ever seen.
I'm not gonna choose cause i love both of them. They're the best in their genre. Gaga has single handedly made creativity and art matter again. She hammers on stage and puts on a show you will never forget. and not even that. Just give her a microphone and a piano and she'll tear out your heart with her heartfelt performances.
Adele is just incredible. She's got the voice and the heartfelt experiances you just can't help but relate to and adore.
They're both legends in the making! Bright futures ahead for both of em. I cant wait to see them blossom even more! :)
Lady Gaga has to resort to using two truckloads of cheesy theatrics, bizarre behavior, nearly naked male dancers, gaudy (and sometimes gross, as in the meat dresses) costumes, and shock value to get attention and make up for the fact that her music, such as it is, is pretty shallow and unoriginal. This from someone who claims to be oh so creative. If she were as creative as she says she is, she wouldn't need all this schlock. Adele on the other hand simply goes out there, belt out her best songs, and the crowd goes wild. Adele's music is so moving that, at the Royal Albert Hall concert, the audience often sang along with her. In fact, at two points in the concert ("Rolling In The Deep" and "Someone Like You") Adele actually invited the audience to sing along with her, which they did with great enthusiasm. That, in my opinion, makes for a far better and more classy act.
It's like asking to choose between a fairly lame artist (GaGa, who at least puts in a tiny bit of energy) and an even lamer artist (Adele, who is just plain boring, bellyaches about nothing but lost love, and has repeatedly stated in public that the thing she hates most in life is being a celebrity ... fine then, spare us your misery and just vanish for everyone's good). NEITHER, if you ask me. How about some decent choices, like PJ Harvey or Kate Bush? Now that would be worthy of discussion!