Taylor Swift returns to Spotify as Katy Perry releases new album

Taylor Swift returns to Spotify as Katy Perry releases new album

Taylor Swift returns to Spotify as Katy Perry releases new album

"I Knew You Were Trouble" - When I had to buy an Apple Music subscription just to listen to T-Swift.

This meant that other streaming platforms such as Spotify were missing out, but that is no longer the case.

"Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services at midnight", her management's Instagram account called Taylor Nation said late on Thursday.

It seems that Tay-Tay and Spotify have made up, because she's just announced that her entire back catalogue will once more be made available on all streaming services. from midnight tonight.

The albums - including 2012's "Red" and breakout hit "Fearless" - were pulled from Spotify in 2014, ahead of the release of 1989.

Others believe her move is not calculated at all, and is proof that streaming services are the way forward for the music industry.

On Friday, the day of rival Katy Perry's album release for "Witness", Taylor Swift put all of her catalog back onto music streaming services including Spotify and Pandora.

A few years back, Swift removed her albums from all services except Apple Music back in 2014. "I find it to be shocking, disappointing, and completely unlike this historically progressive and generous company", Swift wrote of the decision.

Perry confirmed that she had taken three of Swift's dancers during but said she had tried to discuss the matter privately. I do the right thing any time it feels like a fumble.

"I'm not Buddha - things irritate me", she continued about the perceived slights.

And even though the pair have never publicly admitted any bad blood, Katy told James Corden recently: "There's a situation".

Perry's newest single, "Swish Swish", also fueled rumors that she was finally responding to Swift's "Bad Blood" with a diss track of her own.

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