WATCH: Queen Adele Serenades Us with Performance of ‘Million Years Ago’

This Wednesday morning we’re feeling blessed because Adele continues to serenade us with her singing. She appeared on the Today Show where she performed her emotional ballad “Million Years Ago” off her new album, 25.

Adele (and her cackle) also spoke to Matt Lauer about motherhood and her music. After her incredible success with 2011’s 21, Matt noted she said the success was “scary.” With 25, Adele told Lauer,

I feel like I knew of knew what I was getting into this time. Not that I was expecting this kind of reaction, but because I’d experienced the success of 21, I was a little less frightened this time…So, I felt a bit more prepared for it.

Also, I’ve got a kid which is a very grounding thing, as I’m sure any parent will know.

She additionally noted that her relationship with her 2-year-old son Angelo is no less strong due to her celebrity status and music. “My son comes everywhere with me. We’re all good,” she commented. “He’s the first person I see in the morning, and the last person I see at night, and vice versa…I make time for him like I always have.”

Adele added, “That’s one of the main reasons that I’ve been away for so long. Because I was like no, my kid is more important. My kid comes first, and my music comes second—and I come second.”

The 27-year-old has had a busy week in New York, appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon both last night and the night before, as well as SNL over the weekend. Fans are eager to watch her sing live, and her album sales are projected to make over two million in its first week, breaking *NSYNC’s record of 2.4 million in 2000.

Many are also asking when 25 will be available for streaming online, but rejoice! Adele says it’s just for now for that it’s not available. “Yeah, probably,” it will become available, she says. “I’m certainly not one for spicing things up. I’m just doing what I’ve always done. And ‘Hello’ is on [streaming] because it’s on radio, it’s out there.”

Watch her interview below: