Adele Not To Stream ’25’ [Speculations]
Adele is ready with her highly anticipated long-awaited album “25”. It becomes more special for her fans as she makes her comeback after five years of releasing her last album “21.” Her second album was a huge hit and topped the charts in about 26 countries along with holding the top position on Billboard Hot 100. Hence, it is speculated that “25” would be a massive hit and that is why market pioneers are trying to find out ways for streaming it on various services. However, nothing has been announced so far by Adele or her representatives on the concern. Read on to find out more about Adele and “25” scoop ahead.
According to New York Times, shortly after the release of “25” it was announced that the album will not be available for streaming on to major digital music services like Spotify and Apple Music. In spite of so many rumors and speculations the representative of Adele declined to comment on that. The decision is said to have come after Adeles’ personal involvement in the decision.
It is already known that digital music streaming grabs more hold on the audience and is the latest trend of the music industry. It has made music available easily and is one of the fastest growing businesses on the music industry these days. Although, many artists do not support the fact as this mode has its own issues like royalty and issues of control, which vary in every company policy.
It is not only Adele who has opted out from digital streaming, iconic singers like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé who want to have their own set of services of how their music has to be distributed worldwide.
Alas, the digital streaming companies are still hopeful to get “25” added in their list.
Photo Source: Adele/Facebook