Adele speaks out on 25 streaming decision

James Hanley

Adele has broken her silence on her decision not to make 25 available on streaming services upon its release.

The singer told TIME Magazine she did not use streaming herself and believes music "should be an event". 

“For me, all albums that come out, I’m excited about leading up to release day," she said. "I don’t use streaming. I buy my music. I download it, and I buy a physical [copy] just to make up for the fact that someone ...

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