Taylor Swift's music returns to streaming sites

Apple Music then reversed its polices, and eventually landed "1989" and other exclusive content from Swift.

Katy Perry who has been publicly beefing with her just happens to be dropping her latest album called Witness. After nearly three years, Swift has brought her entire music catalog back to music streaming platforms, including Pandora, Spotify, Amazon and Google.

"In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement, Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services tonight at midnight", the caption to a photo of Swift read.

Taylor Swift's come back into the spotlight comes at the ideal moment, and we'll let you know why.

Swift removed her music from Spotify in 2014 around the release of 1989, a Grammy-winning multi-hit pop album.

Well, something tells me she'll also find this Machiavellian move by Swift as equally as messed up.

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It's worth noting that Swift's music has been available on Apple Music since 2015, a huge deal for the streaming service which was still in its embryonic form at the time.

Multi-tasker Taylor Swift has again warmed up to Spotify and at the same time turned down the thermostat on her cold war with Katy Perry.

In 2014, Swift told Rolling Stone that an unnamed pop star and former friend had stolen backup dancers for her tour. In fact, fans have long believed Swift wrote the song about Perry.

"Taylor Swift said she hates Spotify". "Important, rare things are valuable".

However, cynics also pointed out that the timing happened to coincide with an album launch by rival Katy Perry, with whom she has had an acrimonious and public feud going back five years.

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