The pop singer finally gets back with the Spotify as her music was reappeared on the streaming services and users can now enjoy the singer.
The singer was popular among the fans but she left the streaming services three years ago as complaining publicly that streaming services did not pay enough to artists and returned back to the streaming services on the same day when her rival Katy Perry released a new album.
The pop singer was considered to world best pop-stars as her music was available on a variety of platforms including Pandora, Amazon.com and Tidal streaming services where her catalog was previously only available on Apple Inc’s Music service.
The pop singer and her management team announced that pop singer songs were available on the streaming services once again in celebration of her 2014 album 1989 that has completed milestone selling 10 million albums globally and a 100-million song certification.
The subscribers of Amazon, Google Play and Spotify remain able to access the Taylor Swift entire library to listen to her top hit songs as her entire catalog available on streaming services where Spotify hits had drawn nearly 30,000 subscribers.
The pop singer Taylor Swift first pulled her streaming services in 2014 where she posted in the opinion column of a journal that ‘music industry is rapidly changing with the advancement of technology and the streaming services are like a grand experiment and I am not willing to contribute my life’s work to an experiment’.
She added that ‘my opinion is that music should be paid as valuable things are always paid, she got a stuck deal with Apple music as it announces to pay the artists during a free trial of its new streaming services’.
The Taylor Swift management added that ‘Taylor wants to thank her fans for her album where she provided catalog available to all streaming services’.
The Taylor Swift made available her music at streaming services on the same day when her rival Katy Perry launches her new album where she added that her new song becomes a great anthem for the people whenever somebody’s trying to hold you down or bully you’.
The streaming services are celebrating the move of Taylor Swift as they are thankful for the artists to make available her music to the streaming services where Spotify added that ‘We love Taylor and we are happy to have the music album 1989 of an artist and now fans can enjoy the lovely voice of artist’.
One thing is for sure: if and when that record arrives, you will have to pay to hear it.