News: Hello! “I would have been proud even if the album flopped,” said the singer.
After smashing most of the charts with her new album ’25’, British singer Adele revealed that she finds online music platforms to be "a bit disposable."
Previously, she announced that her album will not be available on any of the streaming sites.
However, her hit single ‘Hello’ along with her previous albums 21 and 19 are available to stream.
In an interview Adele told Time magazine:"I believe music should be an event.
"It’s a bit disposable, streaming.
"I know that streaming music is the future, but it’s not the only way to consume music."
"I can’t pledge allegiance to something that I don’t know how I feel about yet."
The album after its release on 18th November which earned the biggest first-week sales on record by selling 3.38 million copies in the US, and nearly two million copies of the album has been sold in the UK since its release.
Musicians have been voicing their opinion against streaming which is done by several big players like Spotify and Apple Music.
Previously, Taylor Swift voiced her opinion against streaming saying that music should not be free.
However, Swift’s album was later released on Apple Music in July after the company agreed to pay artists during a free trial.
Recently her concert film, "The 1989 World Tour Live" was also exclusively showcased on Apple Music.