Taylor Swift’s music returns to streaming sites

The news comes three years after the famed musician pulled her catalogue from Spotify, and was confirmed via Swift’s management team on Twitter.Swift had a well-publicized split from Spotify in 2014 when she was releasing “1989”.Even though artists don’t earn as much money through streaming, the exposure is huge.The albums that will be made available will be 2012’s Red, the breakout album Fearless, Speak Now, 1989, and her debut self-titled, Taylor Swift. In a new interview, Katy accused Taylor off attempting to “assassinate my character” in the song Bad Blood.It’s thought the Taylor Swift song Bad Blood and the Katy Perry track Swish Swish, are both about the feud.Besides Apple Music, no streaming service was able to feature 1989.After very publicly removing most of her music from streaming services that weren’t Apple Music back in 2014, Taylor Swift is bringing her albums back to Spotify, Tidal, and more at midnight.She put it back on Spotify because she’s amazingly, beautifully petty, and she wanted to undercut Katy Perry’s big day.She has taken that service to task, too.She continued: “But, what I wanna say is that I’m ready for that B.S.to be done”.Over the last few weeks, Perry, 32, has embarked on a mass promotional jaunt for Witness, her long-awaited fourth studio album.”There’s a situation. She started it and it’s time for her to finish it”.But now fans have access to all her older and current albums, including hits like “Shake It Off”, “You Belong With Me”, and “We Are Never Getting Back Together”.In this week’s edition of Britain’s NME magazine she talked about the drama again, saying, “I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I’m also not a pushover, you know?”