Taylor Swift’s bad blood with Spotify and other streaming services is now over.
by: Dannise Galon
After garnering backlash for pulling out her music on Spotify in 2014, the 10-time Grammy Award winner surprised the entire world by making her entire discography available online today.
The announcement was made by Swift’s management through Twitter and Instagram, saying, “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 for making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services tonight at midnight.”
Twitter, of course, is blowing up.
me listening to taylor swift songs on spotify that i’ve already listened to seventeen million times each pic.twitter.com/RKfz75kFpA
— jess (@jesshakeitoff) June 9, 2017
No one’s judging, tbh.
Me on her Spotify page acting like I've never heard a taylor swift song in my life
— mac (@kenziecoffman) June 9, 2017
She knew we were thirsty.
Taylor swift releasing all her music on spotify just saved 2017
— layan (@zayIorde) June 9, 2017
This move, however, is fanning her long-time feud with Katy Perry who has just released her fifth studio album entitled Witness on the same day. The pop star has been beefing publicly with Swift through statements she made during promo appearances on various channels for the launch of the said album.
Coincidence? We’ll let you be the judge of that.
In any case, if you’re up for a trip down memory lane, all five of Taylor’s albums and their various versions can now be streamed via Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, Amazon, and etc.
Well, there goes our long weekend. Start your own streaming party here.