Taylor Swift's Music Reappears On Streaming Services After Singer Ends Boycott

Katy Perry accuses Taylor Swift of character assassination

Katy Perry says Taylor Swift tried to 'assassinate her character'

Congrats, Swifties. In honour of her last album 1989 selling 10 million copies, Taylor Swift has made her music available on streaming services again.

At the time, she said, "Music is changing so quickly - and the landscape of the music industry itself is changing so quickly - that everything new, like Spotify, all feels to me a bit like a grand experiment".

Taylor Swift is toasting these days to her significant career milestone with a perfectly timed celebration.

Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has come a long way from her 2008 album "Fearless" till her most recent album "1989". Her music will also appear on Tidal and Amazon Music. What this means is that if you're a Spotify user or if you use any other music streaming service, you should now be able to access the artist's entire catalog of music, assuming that's what you want.

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.

Taylor Swift just gave her fans the biggest gift - albeit with suspect timing.

Taylor wrote the song Bad Blood about their feud but has never directly addressed rumours it was about Katy.

The fact that streaming services will suddenly become flooded with previously unavailable Taylor Swift hits at the exact same time Katy Perry's trying to get her new album heard?

The Roar star released her new album Witness at the same time and Katy's fans soon flooded Twitter to take aim at petty Taylor.

In Swift's version, the 27-year-old singer said: "She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour".

We have a feeling this was T-Swizz's retaliation for the "Chained to the Rhythm" singer using their beef to promote her new music.

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