There are no jumps here! If you want to listen to Adele’s new album “30”, prepare to listen to it without any dropouts. After her fourth album was released, Adele filed a simple motion to remove the shuffle button, and the Spotify streaming platform is next to her ten toes.
Listeners can no longer use the standard shuffle option on Spotify. Today the singer responded to the news on the Pop Crave blog. She tweeted, “This was the only request I had in our ever-changing industry!” She further tweeted: “We don’t create albums with that much care and have gotten into our track listing for no reason. Our art tells a story, and our stories should be heard as we intended. Thank you, Spotify, for listening. “
It seems Spotify was more than happy to meet the requirement. The company replied: “Everything for you”. A Spotify spokesperson told CNN, “As Adele mentioned, we are pleased to announce that we have started rolling out a new premium feature that has long been requested by both users and artists to make it playable the default button on all albums. ”The narrator also stated,“ For those users who still want to shuffle an album, they can go to the Now Playing view and select the Shuffle toggle. As always, we will continue to develop our products and features to create the best experiences for artists and their fans. “
Adele’s album was released on November 19th, but when the debut single “Easy on Me” was released last month, the Spotify-Spotify record for the most streamed song in a single day broke the UK record for the most streams in one day single week. Roomies, do you feel the album so far?
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