Taylor Swift's album released on streaming services

Taylor Swift's album released on streaming services

Three weeks ago to the day, Taylor Swift dropped her highly anticipated and persona-evolving sixth album, Reputation, but since then, it's only been available for purchase via iTunes or a physical copy.

Although Swift dropped the album on November 10, she withheld the release from streaming services as her reps were still negotiating a deal with the various platforms.

The Spotify album embed is above, but if you're more of an Apple Music or Tidal person, those links are here and here. It wasn't until June this year that Swift returned her entire catalog back to streaming services. Swift confirmed the news on her Instagram account yesterday, citing "Available tonight on all streaming services".

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A representative for Taylor Swift was not immediately available for comment. And not a moment too soon: "Look What You Made Me Do" was a bad Thanksgiving road trip playlist option. Shortly after releasing her 2014 album 1989, she withdrew her content from Spotify because streaming services' would not offer royalties to artists during their free trial period.

She wrote on her Tumblr page at the time: "I'm sure you are aware that Apple Music will be offering a free 3 month trial to anyone who signs up for the service".

Although Taylor acknowledged the move would not make a huge difference to her own financial wellbeing, she insisted her actions were not those of "a spoiled, petulant child".