After her statement went viral, Apple has announced that the company would issue royalties to artists during the whole 90 days period and the 27-year-old star started to appear in various Apple Music campaigns.
In celebration of her album 1989 selling more than 10 million copies worldwide, the country-turned-pop superstar has decided to make her entire catalog available on all paid and free streaming services. The pop star's team said the move was a treat for fans after 1989, released in 2014, passed the 10 million sales mark worldwide as certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America.
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.
And, you know, Swift is likely set to drop a new album very soon and her master PR machine is simply prepping the world. (Drake's More Life was an Apple Music exclusive, too.) It's an open question as to whether Apple's public contrition was enough to sway Swift.