Taylor Swift earlier this week put out an open letter to Apple, letting the company know that not paying artists for three months is wrong. Not even a full day later, Apple reversed their decision. Even when Apple is paying the artist, Swift still stood by her decision by not putting her latest album, 1989, on Apple Music.
This should come to no surprise, as Swift had previously pulled all of her music off of Spotify. In a tweet from earlier today, the pop artist has reversed her decision, letting fans and Apple know that her latest album will be available on Apple Music. Again, none of her music is available on Spotify.
This would make Apple Music the only music streaming service that will have Taylor Swift’s music in their catalog.
Apple Music will be available on June 30 in over 100 countries alongside iOS 8.4. The music streaming service will offer a three month trial period which offers on-demand music, a radio station, and a social network where users can interact with artists.