Swift returns to Spotify

Otis Hoffman
June 23, 2017

Apple Music then reversed its polices, and eventually landed "1989" and other exclusive content from Swift.

"In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 million albums worldwide and the RIAA's (Recording Industry Association of America) 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", the statement said. But Spotify and other competing streaming services were shut out.

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Swift has been notoriously anti-streaming ever since she pulled all her music off Spotify in November 2014, right as she released her fifth studio album, "1989". This announcement by Swift is basically the equivalent of Katy Perry waking up to find the head of her Dark Horse in her bedsheets tomorrow morning.

Well, something tells me she'll also find this Machiavellian move by Swift as equally as messed up.

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After all, the beef between the two still seems to be simmering and Swift has previously been emphatic about her opposition to streaming services. Well, even though she said what she said, most people think this is retaliation for Perry's latest sort-of diss record "Swish Swish".

The pair have had "Bad Blood" for years.

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It's an interesting turn of events for Swift, who has repeatedly blasted Spotify for not fairly compensating its artists. "ALL SHADE (sic)", a user contributed, and another added, "Taylor Swift putting her entire discography on Spotify the same night Katy Perry drops a new album is next level pettiness & I am all for it". However, the Roar singer recently opened up about it during an episode of Carpool Karaoke with chat show host James Corden, saying she tried to reach out to Taylor and make amends but it was "a full shut down".

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