Taylor Swift to return to all streaming services

Taylor Swift just fired the latest shot in her ongoing feud with Katy Perry. Up until now, Apple Music has been the only place to listen to her music.

In an announcement both on Twitter and Instagram, Swift's official fan account, "Taylor Nation", brought the good news to Swifties.

Taylor Swift has returned her back catalogue to streaming services to "thank" her fans. What this means is that if you're a Spotify user or if you use any other music streaming service, you should now be able to access the artist's entire catalog of music, assuming that's what you want.

Katy Perry's "Witness" and all of Taylor Swift's music are on Spotify now. The pop star, 27, previously pulled her songs from Spotify in November 2014 when she took a stand against the streaming service's compensation plan for artists.

"You're calculated. I got your number, 'cause you're a joker, and I'm a courtside killer queen", the lyrics go.

But, her team confirmed tonight (Thursday, June 8) that the move to make the singer's catalog available to streaming services came in celebration of 1989 selliong 10 million copies worldwide and a100 million song certification with the RIAA. However, at the same time that Witness dropped and became available to stream on Spotify, Swift suddenly made a decision to put all of her music back on Spotify.

Swift adding her music to Spotify is also noteworthy because she and the music platform had a public dispute about how much they were paying her for streaming her music.

"I can't speak for him, but he didn't know [who "Bad Blood" was about]".

"Honestly, it's really like she started it and it's time for her to finish it", she said.

"I do the right thing any time that it feels like a fumble", Perry said last month. Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [their respective fan groups].

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