Taylor Swift Is Now Allowing ‘1989’ To Be Streamed On Apple Music

Bianca Gracie | June 25, 2015 9:40 am

Well, it seems that Taylor Swift has had a change of heart when it comes to Apple Music. After writing a lengthy open letter to the music service discussing royalty rights and Apple changing their policy to pay artists during their three-month free trial subscription, the company will now be the first to stream Swift’s 1989 album.

The “Bad Blood” singer revealed the news on Twitter today (June 25), where she said it’s the “first time it’s felt right in my gut to stream my album.” She also makes it clear the deal with the service is not exclusive. The decision just goes to show the impact of Taylor Swift nowadays, whether you like her or not!

Look out for the launch of Apple Music on June 30, and view the singer’s tweets below.

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