Taylor Swift's Music Is Returning To The Spotify Streaming Service

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Taylor Swift famously removed her songs from Spotify and other streaming services a few years ago to protest how little money artists earn when their music is on there.

It was a way to make a stand for artists of all kinds to try and get more money for their work.

Well it seems as if Taylor Swift has changed her mind as her music will be back to Spotify and other streaming services later this month.

Spotify is the most popular streaming service that allow users to listen to millions of songs for free. You can pay for a fee if you want to download songs and listen to them offline.

Either way, Spotify is the cheapest way that users can listen to music in a legal manner. Taylor Swift announced her comeback to Spotify and other streaming services via Facebook. You can read the full announcement below.

In celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement, Taylor wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog available to all streaming services tonight at midnight.

It's safe to say that Taylor Swift is likely to put her new album on Spotify too whenever it comes out.

It's great that she has put it back so fans can listen to her entire back catalog easily. Not to mention they can discover other songs that she may have collaborated on in the past.

Even though artists don't earn as much money through streaming, the exposure is huge.

Not to mention many people just listen to music videos on YouTube as well. The days of people buying music on CDs is long gone as the future is through digital streaming.

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