Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Album Will Soon Be Available On Spotify And Other Streaming Services

Taylor Swift's new album 'Reputation' came out on November 10th, although fans were not able to listen to it unless they bought it online or at retail stores.

Now fans can rejoice because the new album will finally be put on major streaming services.

Taylor Swift announced on her official Facebook page that the album will be available tonight on "all streaming services". This means the album should be available to listen to on Spotify and other services that offer music via online streaming.

Swift has changed her stance on music being streamed online.

A few years ago, she pulled all of her albums from Spotify to protest that music artists don't get paid enough via streams. Her opinion changed earlier this year when all of her previous albums were put back on Spotify.

That said, she still wanted the album to be a success as it has already sold over 1 million copies in its first week.

Some artists usually release their albums on Spotify and streaming services on launch day, but Swift chose to delay it by a few weeks.

It seems her formula worked since people bought her album in lieu of just streaming it for free.

We reviewed the album a couple of weeks ago and didn't think it was that bad.

Swift has changed her style of music to fit a more contemporary pop sound. Not to mention her lyrics have improved as her songs are more than just about relationship troubles now.

'Reputation' is Swift's sixth album release to date. It is on track to be her best selling album of all time judging by the amount of sales it has gained thus far.

Swift is more than likely going to release more singles from the new album next year. More elaborate music videos will await us!

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