Taylor Swift returns to Spotify the same day Katy releases album

Frederick Owens
June 19, 2017

Things are getting worse for the two pop stars as Taylor has chose to release her entire music catalog on all streaming services, especially Spotify, on the same day Katy releases her new album "Witness".

The former friends allegedly fell out after Perry reached out to some of Swift's dancers in 2012 to see if they would work with her on her upcoming "Prismatic" tour.

Ironically, Taylor's pop rival Katy Perry will also be dropping her new album Witness on streaming services at midnight on Thursday.

Online personality Tyler Oakley preferred to find a way to neutralize the situation.

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Swift removed all her music from Spotify in 2014 around the release of "1989".

She first chatted a bit about it during Carpool Karaoke with James Corden. Apple ultimately changed its policies, and Swift allowed her music to be streamed from the service.

She continued: "But, what I wanna say is that I'm ready for that B.S.to be done". Well, back in 2014 TayTay wrote an opinion piece for the Great Wall Street Journal explaining her view that music should be paid for in a bid to truly value the artist and all that malarkey. They will include the Grammy-winning "1989", according to a statement from Taylor Nation, her official Instagram fan account. Swift also took Apple to task in mid-2015 over its announcement that it would not pay songwriters, producers or artists during Apple Music's three-month free trial period. "That's so messed up", she added. The project spawned massive hits including "Shake It Off", "Bad Blood", "Style" and "Blank Space". Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls [her fans]. "She started it and it's time for her to finish it", Perry admitted. "It's all about karma", she said during the segment that aired last month.

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