The famous singer Taylor Swift has declared many music streaming services like Spotify as enemy. The famous singer seems to have put an end to his hostility to music services.
In late 2014, Taylor Swift decided to remove all of her albums from online streaming services with the idea that music should not be free off charge. The implementation of this decision began with her departure from Spotify. The company said that they hope she would change her decision and would join them to build a new music industry that works for everyone.
Almost three years later, all these debates seem to be in the past. Over the weekend, Taylor Swift agreed to restore her entire catalog to almost all major streaming services, including Spotify, Groove Music, Pandora, Tidal and Amazon.
However, the recent decision of Taylor Swift caused some different arguments. The latest album of Katy Perry “Witness” was released at about the same time. This coincidence brought some questions about Swift’s decision. Whether it’s an album celebration of Swift’s return to music publishing services, or it is just an effort to be at the top of the pop music competition, or whether she accepted she lost her debate against the online music services.