Taylor Swift is back on Spotify

Danny Woods
June 14, 2017

Adding more fuel to their ongoing feud, Katy Perry has now accused Taylor Swift of character assassination. Swift only allowed Apple to stream her fifth studio album after the platform chose to pay artists royalties during its free three-month trial. The country-turned-pop superstar is offering her entire back catalog for streaming through all digital services.

But today, as she celebrates 1989 selling over 10 million copies, her music again becomes available on streaming sites - which just might diminish Perry's complete dominance of the streaming market today.

Swift shook off Spotify in 2014, after the release of her "1989" album, because she said streaming services didn't pay artists enough. Swift, who initially refused to release her 2012 album Red on Spotify, has previously said that "valuable things should be paid for".

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To briefly recap, Swift and Perry's epic fight started sometime between 2013 and 2014 when Perry allegedly poached some backup dancers that had been performing with Swift.

By the time she did Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, Katy had chose to go full Kardashian, telling James that it was Taylor's job to finish their feud, because she's the one who started it.

Once friends, the pop divas have been embroiled in a feud that supposedly inspired Swift to write her hit "Bad Blood" about Perry, who then supposedly retaliated with her song "Swish Swish".

Or perhaps the pop star is preparing to release a new album and wants everyone to be humming the tune to "22" in their head before she releases it. She put it back on Spotify because she's amazingly, beautifully petty, and she wanted to undercut Katy Perry's big day.

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