Taylor Swift’s Music Is Returning To Streaming Services

The singer’s catalog is coming back to Spotify, Tidal, and more.

June 08, 2017
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After very publicly removing most of her music from streaming services that weren't Apple Music back in 2014, Taylor Swift is bringing her albums back to Spotify, Tidal, and more at midnight. Billboard has confirmed that all of Swift's albums will be able to stream as of June 9.

Swift's official Instagram fan account posted the news on Thursday night. The caption on the account's post read, "In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement, Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services tonight at midnight."

Swift has been aligned with Apple Music since the release of 2014's 1989 after they agreed to pay artists royalties when users were streaming during the three month trial period.

Some people seem to think that this move is more calculated. Many Twitter users noted that the return of Swift's music coincides with the release of Katy Perry's Witness album. The two have been feuding for years, and Swift's "Bad Blood" is allegedly about Perry.

You can see some people's reactions below.




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Correction: An earlier version indicated that Swift's music wasn't available on Amazon Music. Amazon Music has been streaming all of Swift's albums except for 1989. 1989 will be available on the service at midnight.

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