Taylor Swift Celebrates Sales Landmarks by Offering Catalog for Streaming

This announcement by Swift is basically the equivalent of Katy Perry waking up to find the head of her Dark Horse in her bedsheets tomorrow morning.

Perhaps most importantly (intimations of dueling pop queen pettiness notwithstanding and not worth repeating), Swift hasn't released a record in some time.

With the return of her full catalog, Swift brings albums such as 2012's Red, her 2008 breakout album Fearless and, of course, 2014's pop crossover 1989 to streaming services.

After all, the beef between the two still seems to be simmering and Swift has previously been emphatic about her opposition to streaming services. Spotify said in a statement: "We can confirm that Taylor Swift's entire back catalogue is now available on Spotify for her millions of fans to enjoy".

After a temporary absence, Taylor Swift is returning to Spotify, as well as other music streaming platforms like Tidal and Amazon Music Unlimited, the popular singer announced on Thursday. However, at the same time that Witness dropped and became available to stream on Spotify, Swift suddenly chose to put all of her music back on Spotify. Swift, 27, has no new album to promote.

And even though the pair have never publicly admitted any bad blood, Katy told James Corden recently: "There's a situation". I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I'm also not a pushover, you know?

"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 statement said.

By the time she did Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, Katy had chose to go full Kardashian, telling James that it was Taylor's job to finish their feud, because she's the one who started it. She told NME that Taylor had tried to "assassinate my character", which was "messed up".

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