Taylor Swift Is Returning To Music Streaming Services

Pop star Taylor Swift is returning the entire back catalog of her music to the masses by streaming all her songs on all platforms again.Online personality Tyler Oakley preferred to find a way to neutralize the situation.In its Twitter post, Swift’s management characterised the move as a way for the artist to thank her fans after selling 10 million copies of 1989.”Taylor Swift said she hates Spotify”.Swift is one of the few superstars with a big enough fanbase to have been able to boycott Spotify, which has over 50m paying subscribers and 100m users in total worldwide, without damaging their brand or overall sales. But ever since Katy outright confirmed that there was, indeed, some tension between the two on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden last month, well, our teacups hath runneth over. In an interview with Time Magazine, Swift said, “I think there should be an inherent value placed on art”, adding, “Beats Music and Rhapsody you have to pay for a premium package in order to access my albums”.”Honestly, it’s really like she started it and it’s time for her to finish it”, she said.Fans woke to find Swift’s entire catalogue on Spotify and other music streaming services, meaning they can now listen to all five of her studio albums, including the record-breaking 1989 and chart-topping Red.At the height of her pop powers, Perry scored a record-breaking six U.S. number one singles from 2010’s Teenage Dream album. In addition to the release, tickets for the Chained To The Rhythm singer’s world tour go on sale in the United Kingdom at 9am.Perry has spoken out about the tension with her former friend.It didn’t help the drama that Perry and Swift dated John Mayer, albeit not at the same time.”The Best Day” – The Best Day is Friday when T-Swift returns to Spotify, and the site should be dubbed “Holy Ground”.