Taylor Swift album 'reputation' lands on Spotify and Apple Music


She was already scheduled to bring her reputation Stadium Tour to Croke Park on June 15, but now she will stay for one more night and will perform there again on June 16.

Taylor Swift's chart-topping first single, "Look What You Made Me Do", from her sixth album, reputation, broke multiple records within hours of its release.

Swift and her team had not previously announced when they planned to release the album to streaming services.

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The news was officially confirmed via the Taylor Nation Twitter account, confirming it was "available tonight on all streaming services".

Fans first spotted the record on the sites in Australia and the Phillipines, and it is now available to stream in the UK. In 2015, she called out Apple Music for failing to pay royalties on streaming during free trial periods, but relented with Apple Music after a Fathers' Day 2015 conversation with Apple SVP Eddy Cue in which he changed the company's policy.

In this age of on-demand video/music consumption, it was indeed a huge decision by Taylor Swift and her team. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation'.

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The album also debuted to mixed reviews.

Penning a piece for the Wall Street Journal, she wrote: 'Music is art, and art is important and rare.

'Valuable things should be paid for.

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