Following her falling out with Spotify three years ago, Taylor Swift has announced that she will be returning to the streaming service, in addition to several others, ending her exclusive deal with Apple Music. The move comes in celebration of her album, 1989, hitting sales of 10 million, and overall sales of 100 million songs. Swift’s full back catalog will become available not only on Spotify, but also on Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon Prime Music, Tidal, Pandora Premium, and several others. Notably, TechCrunch reports that Swift’s song will be available on the free ad-supported tier of Spotify as well — which was reportedly the issue over which Swift pulled her content from the service three years ago.
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