Despite a report last week saying that she wouldn't, Taylor Swift has announced that 1989, her latest album, will be available to stream on Apple Music. This came following Apple's agreement to pay artists during the service's three-month trial period, following criticism over their original reticence to do so from Swift herself.
From Taylor Swift on Twitter:
Swift noted that this wasn't the result of an exclusivity deal with Apple, so it seems she is at least open to bringing the album to other services, though no announcements have been made. She said that this was the first time that streaming her album felt like the right move.
You'll be able to stream 1989 from Apple Music following the service's launch next week.
Source: Taylor Swift (Twitter)
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