Taylor Swift's music is returning to Spotify, Pandora, more

Camille Rivera
June 11, 2017

Taylor's five albums will now be available on Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, Amazon and other streaming platforms, her representative confirmed to Billboard.

Fans of the pop stars started going insane when they realized that Perry's album was also going live at exactly the same moment.

Swift seems to have reconciled her differences with streaming companies in 2017.

You won't have to look hard to find Taylor Swift music anymore.

Swift famously removed her music from all streaming services shortly before the release of her 2014 album "1989", decrying the services' royalty payments.

The announcement was made by Taylor Nation, the official Instagram account of Taylor's management team, on Thursday, June 8.

Fans rejoiced with Swift's return to Spotify but the fact she did it on the same day Katy Perry's new album "Witness" comes out did not escape others.

This feud is getting out of hand!

Taylor Swift released her entire discography on Spotify.

"Important, rare things are valuable", she said at the time, according to Us Weekly.

"Well, James Corden makes me and the whole world feel very safe", Perry said.

But today, as she celebrates 1989 selling over 10 million copies, her music again becomes available on streaming sites - which just might diminish Perry's complete dominance of the streaming market today.

She did something so terrible, I was like, "We're just straight-up enemies".

Taylor pulled her songs from Spotify back in 2014, after criticising the effect streaming services were having on the music industry.

Who needs the rollercoasters at Thorpe Park when you've got the ups and downs of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry's ongoing feud?

In a recent interview, the 32-year-old songstress cursed Swift's popular single "Bad blood", which was reportedly about the duo's prolonged dispute.

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