Taylor Swift got back together with Spotify on Friday, returning her music to streaming services nearly three years after complaining publicly they did not pay artists enough, and on the same day rival Katy Perry released a new album.
Katy Perry's "Witness" and all of Taylor Swift's music are on Spotify now.
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Taylor Swift's come back into the spotlight comes at the flawless moment, and we'll let you know why. The country-turned-pop superstar is offering her entire back catalog for streaming through all digital services. 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". When asked about her producer and collaborator Max Martin - with whom Swift wrote "Bad Blood" - (a song supposedly about Perry), she told NME, "I can't speak for him, but he didn't know [who "Bad Blood" was about]".
Swift's five albums, including "1989", will also be available on Tidal, Amazon Music and other services, her rep said in a statement. The following year she announced she would withhold "1989" from Apple Music because of its policy of not paying artists and rights holders for music streamed during a three-month free trial period. The timing was even more interesting since the "Dark Horse" songstress, 32, has publicly discussed her feud with Swift multiple times in the last few weeks while promoting her fifth record. I'm very fair; I'm super-duper fair and I'm not one of those people who's like, "You can't do that because I don't like that person". Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [their respective fan groups].