Adele's 25 to be available on streaming sites

By | On June 24, 2016

Adele's record-breaking album 25 is being made available on streaming sites such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal.
When it was released in November, it could only be bought physically or downloaded.
The album, which will be available to members on Friday, includes the songs Hello and When We Were Young.
In June, Apple reached an agreement with two leading indie music groups, paving the way for thousands of labels to join its new streaming service.
Beggars Group and Merlin both indicated their approval of Apple's offer, which reversed its decision not to pay artists for songs streamed during a free trial period offered to users, following criticism from singer Taylor Swift.
Lautner shared his big news on Instagram, with a caption that read, "Big news everyone!! Thrilled to be joining @screamqueensFox it's going to be such a blast playing Dr. Cassidy Cascade. The season 2 premiere is Tuesday, September 20 at 9pm on Fox!"
He and Stamos join returning star Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin,  Keke Palmer, Billie Lourd, Glen Powell, and Niecy Nashfor a season that Curtis admitted would have an even "darker" tone this time around.
"I think it'll be dark. I think it's going to be very dark," she told E! News at Fox's Upfront party in May. "It's in a hospital, [there's] a lot of darkness in hospitals—dark hallways, scary rooms, sharp objects, a lot of blood, disinfectants."
While we all know him for his work in the Twilight film franchise, Lautner's TV credits include the UK comedy Cuckoo and and a role in the 2008 Christian Slater series My Own Worst Enemy.
Are you looking forward to Lautner as Dr. Cassidy Cascade? Let us know in the comments below!
Scream Queens returns for season two on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 9 p.m. on Fox.

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