Published March 25 2015
Taylor Swift pulled all of her music from Spotify at the end of last year in disagreement of the earnings per stream. This move has been sparking debate ever since between people who agree with her move and those opposed. However, it looks like most of her music has reappeared on another streaming service. On Tidal, recently acquired by Jay Z, you can now listen to most of her music.
Tidal charges it’s members about double the monthly subscription fee Spotify asks for and in return offers listeners better sound quality. That sounds like a better deal for an artist like Taylor Swift, though she hasn’t allowed her recent album “1989” to also be added to the service.
It looks like Taylor Swift has changed her mind about music streaming (Insider)
Taylor Swift’s music is streaming on new Jay Z site (CNN)
Jay-Z bought music streaming service just in time for T-Mobile deal (Engadget)