Taylor Swift’s albums are now available on streaming again on Spotify starting today after two long years as the multi awarded singer/songwriter celebrates 10M sold copies of her album 1989 and the milestone announcement from the RIAA of her shifting 100 million song units.
Alongside, pop superstar’s five albums will also be available on Tidal, Amazon, Pandora and other music platforms including the world’s biggest paid streaming service, Spotify which says that all of Taylor’s music will be available to both free and paid users without restrictions.
Swift’s team announced via Twitter, that all of her music would be available to "all streaming services tonight at midnight."
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/kcpY03qHLp— Taylor Nation (@taylornation13) June 8, 2017
It was in 2014,when she wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal where she said that “valuable things should be paid fosaidbecame the reason wthesaid reason why she took her 1989 album out of Spotify, and the rest of her catalog.
In 2015, the singer/songwriter got into a misunderstanding with Apple Music over streaming service’s pay rates for music owners, but was eventually settled and Swift went on to strike a promotional deal with Apple.
Spotify is now inviting all of Swifties to stream the available discography of the artist and use the hashtag #1989StreamingParty.
SOURCES: [Billboard | CNBC]