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Adele's '25' Rising Back To The Top After Stream Capability

Could it be? Adele is somehow still in the realm of the Top 10 on Billboard's chart. Why? Because her album, 25, has been made available on streaming services.

June 24th was the day the album made its streaming debut, over a half a year after its release. The only tracks available prior to this debut were “Hello,” “When We Were Young” and “Send My Love (To Your New Lover).”

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According to Billboard, "Industry forecasters suggest the album could earn between 32,000 and 37,000 equivalent album units in the week ending June 30 and jump back into the top 10 on the July 16-dated chart. On the July 9 list, the set ranked at No. 12 with 29,000 units. (A week before that, the set was in the top 10, where it has spent most of its 31 weeks on the chart.)"

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