Streaming music replaces albums

A typical radio used to play CD music right by a laptop used to stream digital music. Both of these devices can be used to bump music at gatherings and events. PHOTO ANGEL VELASQUEZ

Last year, digital streams accounted for 75 percent of the revenue generated in the music industry according to an article in The Verge.

Many students are now utilizing many streaming services that they can easily download on their phones as their main way to jam out to their favorite artists instead of buying their albums in digital stores or buying the physical album at stores.

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