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Taylor’s “1989” album just crossed some huge milestones – 10 million copies sold and earning the RIAA’s 100 Million Song Certification – and to celebrate, she’s bringing her music back to the major music streaming service.
It’s been almost three long, cold years without Taylor’s music on Spotify, following her declaration in a 2014 interview that she’s “not willing to contribute [her] life’s work to an experiment.”
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She had said, “Music is changing so quickly and the landscape of the music industry itself is changing so quickly, that everything new, like Spotify, all feels to me a bit like a grand experiment… that I don’t feel fairly compensates the writers, producers, artists and creators of this music.”
Since then, Taylor’s music has only been available on Apple Music or, of course, on CD. But now that the album has hit such remarkable sales numbers, it seems she’s willing to “shake it off” and let the world stream it on Spotify once again. Her entire discography is available for your listening pleasure as of today, including “Taylor Swift” (2006), “Fearless” (2008), “Speak Now” (2010), “Red” (2012), and “1989” (2014).
And with a history of a new album every two years, clearly 2016 was a dark time for Swifties. Will 2018 bring us new Taylor tracks? At least now we can stream all five of her existing albums until then.
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