Adele has already broken records with her 25 albums’ sales and says that she is sticking to the basics by holding back the album from streaming.
Adele has sold 2.6 million albums in the first five days of its release. The album is no doubt doing great on the market. The retailers predicted that the album would be one of the prime selling product this season. Adele is to be appreciated in the strong marketing strategy when she kept the albums from streaming services.
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That being said, over 5 million Adele fans worldwide are disappointed. In the modern day, where streaming has become the most used method of listening to music, the stars emphasis of not releasing the album is somewhat unfair.
The unfairness works both ways and the stars think that making their work free for all or rating them at cheaper prices, is unfair to them. Adele thinks the same when she announced that 25 would not be available for streaming upon its release. Five days have gone by and Spotify and Apple Music remain devoid of the new best seller.
Adele made some clarifications in an interview saying that she is not spicing things up. She is not looking to make some kind of musical history or create her own kind of issues. She said that she is going to keep it traditional like she always had.
She assured fans that 25 will eventually be available for streaming. Just like her albums 19 and 21, she said that after some time had passed, the album would be made available to the fans to stream. Furthermore, she said that ‘Hello’ had been made available because it had been on the radio and everywhere.
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Following her words, the album was made available at Pandora along with their radio outlet. The whole ten songs on the album are now available to be streamed on Pandora. The company’s shares saw an incline following the procurement of the album. The Adele team is yet to make a comment on this new development.